Sarah Bouboulis

Habitat Project Coordinator

Sarah Boubouls is PDE’s Habitat Project Coordinator. In this role, Sarah works on a wide range of habitat projects from rain gardens to living shorelines, she also coordinates our oyster shell recycling program.

Bouboulis has worked at PDE since 2015.

Before coming to PDE, Bouboulis worked for US Fish and Wildlife Service and DNREC in a variety of roles. Primarily, Bouboulis worked on projects surrounding salt marsh health and endangered species.

Bouboulis has a masters degree from Bucknell University and a bachelor’s degree from East Stroudsburg University, both in biology. Her primary research interests were bat conservation and ecology.

Bouboulis lives in Newark, Delaware with her husband and two children. In her free time, Bouboulis enjoys traveling (around the Delaware Estuary, and beyond!), woodworking, and working in her own native plant garden. She also has an extensive collection of PEZ dispensers.

To contact Bouboulis, please call (302) 655-4990, extension 119, or email

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