Sara Miller is the Executive Director of A House on Beekman, a nonprofit joining God in the renewal of the South Bronx. Sara moved to the South Bronx during her college years at New York University to live among and serve the families in the poorest neighborhood in the United States. After graduation, Sara eventually quit her job in Manhattan to work among the people she had grown to love. She has spent the last 3 years building A House on Beekman. She lives in the Bronx with her husband Brad.
A House on Beekman started when two college girls from NYU moved to the South Bronx on an adventure to live more like Jesus and love the marginalized in their City. They started by having kids over to their house on Beekman Avenue after school and befriending young moms in the neighborhood. Now, nearly 7 years later, A House on Beekman is building a seamless series of holistic programs from birth to college to empower their neighbors to break the cycles of poverty. AHOB offers classes for pregnant women and parents of young children, a licensed Preschool and an After School Program as well as summer programs.