Sally Goldman

Sally Goldman


Little Rock, Arkansas


History & Philosophy


I was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas and came to Lewis and Clark to pursue a liberal arts education in an unfamiliar part of the country. After graduating from high school, I spent a year serving as an intern for the National Park Service, which fostered my love of history and public service. I am currently double majoring in history and philosophy. I’m interested in 20th century U.S. social movements, feminist philosophy, ethics, and philosophy of language. Outside of academics, I served as a resident advisor in Hartzfeld Hall for two years before becoming a Resident Career Advisor in Roberts Hall. In the summer I teach sailing to students of all ages at Willamette Sailing Club and crew on Thistle sailboats in regattas across the Northwest. I also enjoy embroidery, baking challah, and hosting lively dinner parties. After graduation I hope to have more sailing adventures and later pursue a PhD in philosophy.


SAAB Grant Board
SAAB Tutoring
Sailing Club
Philosophy Club


Dean’s List William Rottschaefer Award for Excellence in Philosophy (2019)
Clayton Morgareidge Award for Excellence in Service to Philosophy (2018, 2019) NWICSA All-Northwest Pete McKillop Sportsmanship Award (2019)
Alain Locke Fellow (2019)