Sarah Baska

Georgia: Director of Broadband Programs

Sarah Baska is a seasoned professional with a wealth of experience in the public sector at both the federal and state level. As a native Georgian, growing up in Gwinnett County and attending Georgia State University, Sarah has honed her expertise through a series of prominent roles for the state.

Currently serving as the Director of Broadband Program Operations for the Georgia Technology Authority, Sarah has drawn upon her previous experience to provide leadership and strategic vision in this vital area. Her experience includes working for several elected officials including U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss. U.S. Senator David Perdue and Governor Brian P. Kemp. In these positions, Sarah has been instrumental in shaping policy and directing initiatives related to federal grants, statewide outreach programs, and operations processes.

Beyond her professional achievements, Sarah is a member of the Cobb County Honorary Commanders Association and serves on Senator Warnock’s Service Academy Selection Board.