Sara Bray has been a Colorado educator for the past 16 years. She received her BS in human development and family studies from Colorado State University in 2002, her Provisional Teaching License from University of Northern Colorado in 2003, and her MA in educational leadership and policy studies (including a CO School Principal K-12 License) in 2019 from the University of Denver. Sara has taught in both urban and rural school districts and remains passionate about helping underserved students and families. She is currently teaching First Grade in the West End Public Schools in Naturita, CO.
Sara is involved in several community and professional organizations and currently serves on the MOSM Farm Bureau board as well as the Lone Cone Republican Women’s board. She is a former member of the American Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers Committee (2014-2016) and remains passionate about advocating for agriculture both locally and statewide.
She is actively involved in her school and community as well as her local church. Her priorities remain her family, her students, her ranch, and her community. She strives to make each better with every opportunity she has to connect, change, and/or lead initiatives.