Sarah Garza

Sarah Garza is the Director of Mobility Industry Partnerships for Workforce Solutions Capital Area (WFSCA), a private, publicly funded 501(c)(3) nonprofit responsible for the data-driven planning, oversight, and evaluation of workforce development activities in Austin-Travis County. In this role, Sarah is responsible for leading the industry sector partnership, which is a shared table of employers, educational providers, community-based organizations and project owners in the mobility and infrastructure industry.

Sarah is an alumnus of Occidental College, where she holds a BA in Theatre, and the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, where a large part of her focus was on transportation policy. During her time at LBJ Sarah merged her love of policy and the arts, creating a documentary exploring our state’s transportation infrastructure and the many steps our community can take to reduce traffic congestion.

Previous roles include serving as the Constituent Services Representative for Congressman Lloyd Doggett, a Legislative Fellow for Texas State Senator Kirk Watson, and a Legislative Intern for Capital Metro. Prior to working in policy, Sarah worked in tech and owned her own business.

In addition to serving on the Board of Movability, Sarah is also a member of the Federal Highway Administration’s Strategic Workforce Development Implementation Team.