Sarah Jones is an Emmy award-winning journalist with more than a decade of experience. She films, edits, writes, produces, and reports her own pieces. Sarah is one of the top twenty North American Young Leaders chosen by Friends of Europe. She received the Women Economic Forum's highest honor on International Women's Day 2018 in the Hague when she was named one of their "Women of the Decade" in News & Social Engagement. Sarah was selected as one of the top one thousand most influential Twitter profiles. On more than one occasion she has been invited to advise senior level military planners and government officials - in the US and allied countries - on social technologies. In 2021 she was nominated and participated in the National Security Seminar at the invitation of the Army War College. She was also nominated and completed the FBI citizens academy in Indianapolis. In 2014 she was voted Best Journalist in Social Media by a panel of industry leaders at the Sixth Annual Shorty Awards. Sarah is also an International Women's Media Foundation fellow and a two-time International Reporting Project Fellow. She is among the top forty female social media influencers for conversations surrounding artificial intelligence. Sarah started her transition from news-gathering and producing to on-air reporting in 2016. Sarah has been an Online Media Awards judge and Skoll World Forum delegate since 2015. She also founded the international moment of silence and online event to help remember fallen journalists with partners like the Committee to Protect Journalists and the UN Foundation's Plus Social Good initiative. The event reached over nine million people in its first year and in person events were held around the world.