Sarah Wolff is a senior researcher, and co-leads research on mortgages. She produces original research and analysis on CRL issues – including the financial impact of predatory lending products on families, individuals, and communities. Based in Durham, Sarah recently wrote the final chapter of CRL's State of Lending series – examining the cumulative impact of predatory products and practices on American households.
Prior to CRL, Sarah served at its parent organization Self-Help, a Durham-based community development organization and CRL's parent organization. Sarah received degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University. She enjoys crafting and jogging, and can occasionally be seen on ESPN playing in the Duke University alumni pep band.