Meet the 2023 Boards and Commissions Fellowship Cohort 


Sally Harrington

Sara “Sally” Harrington was born in Ventura, CA, and briefly lived in Salt Lake City, Utah, before moving to Boise, Id, in 1996 at seven years old. Sally is a graduate of Capital High school and holds two associates degrees from the College of Western Idaho for Culinary Arts and Administrative Assistance, emphasis in HR. Sally holds professional certifications from the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) for being a Certified Administrative Professional (CAP) and for HR.  Sally has also earned the American Society of Administrative Professionals (ASAP) certification of Professional Administrative Certification of Excellence (PACE).

Sally works full time at Micron Technology as an administrative assistant for the Technology Development and Technology Packages Groups.

Sally has applied for this program because of her commitment as an ally to marginalized groups and concern for our state. Sally has a heart for service and advocacy. She is active with many volunteer groups throughout the Treasure Valley for LGBTQIA+ community, disability access, mental health awareness, addiction recovery, refugee support, Interfaith Sanctuary, health care access for all people, and environmental stewardship.

Sally is currently the chair for the Micron Employee Resource Group (ERG) Capable. Capable strives to bring awareness, understanding, and to challenge the stigma of seen and unseen disabilities. Sally has passion for helping people, animals, and the environment. Sally is looking forward to acquiring the skills to better serve her community through participation on local government boards and commissions. 

In Sally’s spare time, you can find her enjoying concerts of varying music types, live performing arts, Idaho’s outdoor recreation options, cooking, or writing.