Sarah Galli is a writer and producer based in NYC. As an events consultant, she has produced successful small and large-scale events for non-profit, private, and commercial entities. As a theatre and podcast producer, she has collaborated with hundreds of artists, performers, and TV entertainers. Her work has been featured by The Today Show, Fox News, the Roosevelt Institute, and the Gotham Gazette, among other outlets.
Sarah is the Founder and Executive Producer of Born for Broadway (BFB), a non-profit that raises funds to promote spinal cord injury research and support individuals with paralysis in living full and active lives. BFB's cabarets feature established stars performing alongside emerging talent, including individuals with paralysis. The organization has been honored by the New York City Council and Manhattan Borough President and received the "Heart of New York" award from the Democratic County Committee.
A proud Bravoholic, Sarah is also co-creator, producer, and host of the podcast "Andy's Girls," devoted to all things Real Housewives. Guests have included Housewives from the New York City, Beverly Hills, Orange County, New Jersey, Potomac, and Miami franchises, as well as writers and editors from New York Magazine, ELLE, Vulture, and BuzzFeed, among others.
Sarah serves as a Junior Board Member at Women's Information Network (WIN.NYC), a group dedicated to empowering young, Democratic, pro-choice women. Prior to joining the Board, Sarah co-founded and co-chaired WIN's Political Action Network. She also sits on the Board of Directors at The Andi Foundation, which supports young women's career and education goals.