Sarah Drexler earned her BA in International Affairs with a specialty in the Middle East, and a certificate in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Colorado Boulder. While studying abroad she researched health disparities amongst various populations, including women affected by human trafficking. She also trained as a volunteer medic with Megan David Adom (Israel's Red cross). Drexler's interest in nursing and midwifery began to peak during this time as she believed her experience with international affairs and cultural competency could be intertwined with nursing. She went on to earn her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Colorado College of Nursing. Her Master of Science in Nursing is from Frontier Nursing University.
Sarah Drexler is a Certified Nurse-Midwife at the Center for Midwifery at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. The Center for Midwifery is a private midwifery practice with a focus on personalized care during pregnancy, birth and the postpartum periods, as well as providing well-woman care to those of all ages. She provides full scope midwifery care. Drexler's goal is to empower women to have an active role in their health, prenatal care and birth experience. Water birth, breastfeeding support and teaching girls about female growth and development are her area of interest. She lives in Denver with her husband and four children (who were all Center for Midwifery babies).