Sarah Reynolds is a doctoral student in the Strategy unit at Harvard Business School. Her current interests are in non-market strategy, understanding firm coordination success and failure, and bundling strategies and effects.
Sarah recieved a B.A. in Economics and Mathematics with High Honors from Swarthmore College in 2009. She worked for two years as an undergraduate at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Following graduation, she worked as a Research Assistant at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors looking into financial stability and banking.