Sarah Grace

Vice Chair of Design

Major: Finance & Accounting

Sarah Grace is a sophomore double-majoring in Finance and Accounting from Houston, Texas. She is new to the Energy Coalition, where she just started as the Vice Chair of Design. Sarah Grace is passionate about the arts and is excited to bring her design skills to the Energy Coalition, for she was selected as one of twenty students nationwide as a U.S. Presidential Scholar of the Arts in 2021, and she was a Semi-Finalist on NBC’s The Voice in 2018. She signed a record deal in 2020 with her nationally touring band and is now a full-time student at the University of Houston. During her first year at UH, Sarah Grace was designated as Outstanding First Year Student by the Honors College, and she received multiple awards in her service organization, Bonner Leaders, where she spends 10 hours per week tutoring low-income high school students on the SAT to break the cycle of poverty. Additionally, a month into her freshman year, Sarah Grace began an internship at Morgan Stanley, which she completed throughout the year before securing her next internship at Main Street Capital, a Houston-based private equity firm. Sarah Grace is also a part of the university’s Undergraduate Investment Fund as an Analyst for the Technology coverage team, and to encourage diversity in recruitment. Additionally, Sarah Grace is a Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Scholar, and she has been honored again and again to sing for the Rodeo, Honors College faculty, and Dr. Renu Khator for special events at the University of Houston. In her free time, she plays piano, tennis, and hangs out with her 12-year-old pug, Roo. After growing up deeply enriched by Houston’s culture, Sarah Grace is looking to step deeper into Houston’s roots in energy, and the transition to a clean future.