Sarah (Hertzog) Clement, John Templeton Foundation

TITLE: Director, Character Virtue Development Initiative

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FUNDING AREAS: Character development, psychology research, education research and family planning

PROFILE: Sarah Hertzog manages the grantmaking process for the John Templeton Foundation's Character Development initiative. Her foundation bio shares: 

Sarah Clement is the Director of Character Virtue Development programs at the John Templeton Foundation. She is responsible for the development of new funding initiatives and the management of the full life-cycle of the grant process for projects that seek to advance the science and practice of good character. She also oversees grants in the Voluntary Family Planning portfolio, which includes research and programs intended to help families achieve their ideal family size.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Dr. Clement was a postdoctoral fellow at the Rutgers University Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research. She received her B.A. in child development from Tufts University and her doctorate in developmental psychology from Cornell University. She has published articles on the topics of positive youth development and character development.