Second Vice President, United States Liability Insurance Group (USLI), former women’s basketball player, University of Florida
Sarah Lowe is a Second Vice President and the Regional Team Leader for USLI’s Professional Liability office in San Ramon, California. Prior to taking this role, she served as the Chief of Staff for USLI’s Chief Executive Officer in Wayne, PA.
Lowe graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Florida in May 2006. She also excelled in athletics as a member of the women’s basketball team for four years. She earned a bachelor of arts in political science and Spanish with a minor in criminology.
As a member of the women’s basketball team, Lowe served as team captain for three seasons. She received numerous awards for her academic and athletics excellence including the university’s Outstanding Leadership Award (2006) and the Tracy Caulkins Award, the Woody Hayes 2006 National Scholar Athlete of the Year (Women), the Arthur Ashe, Jr. 2006 Female Sports Scholar of the Year, and the SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2005-2006). She was also named to the University of Florida’s Hall of Fame in 2006.
Lowe was a Rhodes Scholarship finalist in 2005 and 2007 and an NCAA post-graduate scholarship recipient. Following her graduation, Lowe received a Fulbright Scholarship to Costa Rica, where she studied the emergence of a grassroots social movement against the ratification and implementation of the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR). Most recently, Lowe received her master’s degree in Development Studies at the University of Oxford in 2012.
Lowe’s community service at the University of Florida earned her an SEC Good Works Team award in 2004, 2005, and 2006. After graduation, she returned to her home state of Pennsylvania and worked with inner city girls through Katie at the Bat, a nonprofit using sports as a vehicle to empower young women. She also served as the Director of Development for a nonprofit she co-founded while in college, Kujali International. Kujali partnered with local community leaders to help establish free secondary boarding schools for orphaned and vulnerable children in East Africa.