A Working Mom with a Career of Public Service
Sarah, the daughter of a public-school teacher and a state employee, was raised in Eastern Wake County, attending East Wake Middle and High School. Early on, Sarah learned the value of hard work and the importance of a quality education.
Sarah worked her way through college, obtaining her Bachelor of Arts from North Carolina State University. She has dedicated her career to serving the people of Wake and Franklin Counties through her work in nonprofits, working with organizations in higher education and health and human services. Sarah currently serves at Single Stop, helping families work towards the American Dream by connecting them to existing resources that help put them on a path to economic stability and prosperity. Prior to that, she worked at Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities in Wake County.
Sarah has been active in our local community, serving on the Ministry Leadership Team at Hope Lutheran Church in Wake Forest, and on the Board of Directors at Safe Space in Louisburg, working to reduce relationship violence and sexual assault in Franklin County.
Sarah and her husband Dan live in Eastern Wake County where they raise their two daughters, Emily (10) and Abby (8), and five dogs.