Sarah is passionate about all things writing; she finds joy in transforming raw material and intangible concepts into masterpieces ranging from blogs and social media posts to novels and website copy. She believes that written language is both a science and an art, at which true excellence requires a balance of analysis, inspiration, and good ol’ fashioned grit and elbow grease.
When working with a team, Sarah’s consistency, attention to detail, and versatility make her a trusted resource, while her loyalty and team-first attitude situate her as a sure-footed sounding board. She believes that empathy and genuine curiosity comprise the root of all good writing—the “secret sauce,” if you will—and she approaches each new task with unbridled enthusiasm.
Sarah has extensive experience in public relations and communications, particularly in the realms of healthcare and scientific research. She is as comfortable demystifying academic health and nutrition research as she is composing quirky how-to guides or cheeky social media copy. Her press releases have garnered print and digital placements in outlets that include HealthDay, the Pittsburgh City Paper, Yahoo! News, The U.K. DailyMail, CNN Health, Parade and Prevention magazines, and The Wall Street Journal.
Sarah graduated from Vanderbilt University with a double-major in psychology—with specialties in psychopathology and clinical neuroscience—and women’s & gender studies with a minor in religious studies. She attended graduate school at the University of Missouri and earned her master’s in counseling with a focus in sport psychology. When she isn’t reading, writing, or editing, Sarah can be found coaching her favorite kiddos in competitive cheerleading and tumbling, or otherwise indulging her (already very spoiled) furry feline companion.