Hello there…I’m Sarah!
Why do I love building websites that bring in ideal clients for heart-centered professionals?
I'm all about community-based businesses that put their values first, but also need to turn a profit to be sustainable, grow, and invest in their communities!
I draw on my 17 years as an entrepreneur to help you create more beauty and do more healing in your own community.
Here's a little more about me:
✓ I've got a bachelor's in sociology (minors in anthropology + women & gender studies) and a master's in public administration.
✓ In addition to being a doula, I'm also a trained nursing assistant, phlebotomist, and am studying midwifery.
✓ I've also adventured off on health service trips to homeless shelters in Vegas and tiny mountain towns in the Dominican Republic.
✓ I teach project-based learning classes online for my local university (students do the coolest projects!).
✓ I've been building websites, writing content, and doing copywriting for several years.
✓ I love photography and it's the reason why I've learned and fallen in love with design and visual aesthetic.
✓ I've got two fabulous teens and the cutest dog in the whole world (no really).
✓ I live for hiking, Irish fiddling, good food + drink, cute downtowns, wanderlusting, and DIY everything.
✓ On the daily, I dream about traveling North America in a tiny house-van. Oh, and living in a little cottage in the woods of New England. (My heart always tugs between roots and wings.)
Wondering why I’m the right person to work with your business? Here’s a little background for those curious.
The first few years of my life, I lived in an apartment attached to my dad's furniture business. My mom had an herbal consulting shop in our teeny town.
Yep, I was born to a family of entrepreneurs and dreamers.
At 18, I joined on as co-owner of an independent bookshop in a little town in the middle of beautiful red rocks and national parks.
I got to play bookshop owner for a whole decade!
During that time, I worked with other businesses and nonprofits to make our community way better. And I got a chance to see what made one business successful while another business just couldn't make it.
I also became a doula and birth photographer during that time, building community in my area in more awesome ways. I was (and still am!) all about local food and even milked my own goat every single day for a year! (Phew... mad props to farmers everywhere.)