Sara Barba is Vice President at Integer, LLC, where she manages clients in the government relations practice. She is known for her coalition-building expertise and substantive tax policy knowledge.
At Integer, Sara represents individual, corporate, and nonprofit tax interests on Capitol Hill and in the Administration, developing and executing strategic advocacy efforts to advance clients’ priorities in the tax code. Her experience includes regulatory and legislative analysis, local engagement with Members of Congress, bill writing, and coordination of sector-wide advocacy campaigns.
Prior to Integer, Sara was Vice President at Urban Swirski & Associates, LLC and held several positions with Members of Congress, including Representative Mike Coffman (R-CO) and Senator Roy Blunt (R-MO). She worked both in district and in Washington, DC, where she supported policy, communications and field staff.
Sara is pursuing a Master of Arts in Philanthropic Studies from the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University. She graduated with honors from the University of Missouri, Columbia, with bachelor’s degrees in Journalism and Political Science. She is a skilled writer and editor, and her work is featured in Wealth Management where she provides insightful analysis of breaking financial issues and policy trends to watch for in Washington.
As Coloradans head to the polls, they face a ballot measure that would cap itemized deductions. This would harm state charities by decreasing giving.