Sarah D’Andrea holds an M.A. in religion from the University of Georgia, and an M.A. in sociology from Fordham University. Before coming to CUNY, she worked for an educational nonprofit and interned at Religions for Peace – USA, the largest representative interreligious collaboration in the United States, housed in the Church Center for the United Nations. At the beginning of her academic career, she studied comparative religions with the intent of developing new strategies for interreligious dialogue and cooperation. Her current research examines women’s agency in conservative religious traditions, specifically Mormonism, and religious feminisms.