Sarah Mincey is a social-ecological systems scientist who studies natural resource management with particular emphasis on urban forest management. At Indiana University, she serves as faculty in the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, as the managing director for the Environmental Resilience Institute (ERI), and as the director for the Integrated Program in the Environment and the IU Research and Teaching Preserve. She maintains much of her research activity through the Ostrom Workshop, ERI’s Urban Green Infrastructure Research Group, and the Bloomington Urban Forestry Research Group. Mincey is a co-founder and member of the executive committee of the Indiana Community Forestry Council advising the State's Community and Urban Forestry Program within the DNR. She is also co-founder and board vice president for CanopyBloomington, a nonprofit focused on equitably growing the urban forest in Bloomington, Indiana.