Sara Luterman, MFA
Sara Luterman is a Program Assistant at AUCD. She works for the Technical Assistance team for the University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDDs) by supporting training activities, communications, online services, meetings and conferences, and other administrative support.
Prior to joining AUCD, Sara helped conduct neurology research and worked as an editorial assistant at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She also founded a neurodiversity blog, NOS Magazine, which she hopes to eventually leverage into a multi-author platform.
In addition to her work at AUCD, Sara volunteers for ASAN's Autistic Campus Inclusion, mentoring autistic self-advocates and activists on college campuses. She also contributes to the Human Rights Committee at the Individual Advocacy Group, to help ensure that adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities have the opportunity to live their best lives in the least restrictive environment possible. She has a strong interest in neurodiversity community building.
Sara holds a BA in Writing Seminars from Johns Hopkins University and an MFA in Creative Writing from University of Maryland College Park.