Sarah Amick joined the Association in 2008. She directs the
Association’s policy development and litigation efforts on
environmental, health, safety and sustainability issues. She
represents the tire industry before federal, state and local
agencies. She serves as counsel to the Association and to
an industry education foundation, the Scrap Tire Research
and Education Foundation, Inc., with a focus on supporting
contracts, compliance and antitrust.
Prior to joining USTMA, Sarah was a lawyer in private practice
in Finnegan Henderson’s litigation group in Boston and a law clerk at EPA’s, Region I, Office of Enforcement.
Sarah is a graduate of Suffolk University Law School located in
Boston and Trinity College in Hartford, CT. She is admitted to the
bars of the District of Columbia and Massachusetts.
In her spare time, Sarah helps to promote literacy in the District
of Columbia through her participation in the Junior League of
Washington, serving as chair of the committee assisting with the
National Book Festival. She also enjoys spending time improving
her golf game.