Sarah brings more than six years of experience working with nonprofit and consumer brands in the health, social good and lifestyle spaces. She’s an expert storyteller with a knack for creative ideation and thoughtful execution that has earned her the valued respect and partnership of clients, influencers and media, alike.
Having worked in the past with organizations including Planned Parenthood, the Idaho Democratic Party and the USA Dry Pea and Lentil Council, Sarah is driven by a passion for activism and a desire to continue amplifying the voices of brands who are, at their core, dedicated to making positive change in the world.
From supporting the conception of wow-worthy local and national campaigns to leveraging her strong network of media relationships in Seattle and beyond, Sarah knows that good PR is not just selling a product – it’s selling a feeling, an idea or a lifestyle. Applying this big-picture approach to her practice has allowed her to consistently secure hits in top-tier outlets including The New York Times, HGTV Magazine, Brit + Co, Refinery29, HGTV Magazine and more.
Outside of the office you can find her enjoying Seattle’s thriving music scene, corrupting perfectly good recipes with an excessive amount of garlic, maintaining a healthy level of paranoia by consuming any and all true crime related media, and really leaning into the cat lady aesthetic.