sarah who?

An ice hockey player since she was in junior high school, Sarah remembers when one team she played for created trading cards for each member in place of the typical team portrait. Under "position," hers read: utility player. Professionally, that's exactly what she's grown into: a creative, driven and capable writer who has worn many hats in every job she's ever held.

While her career path has taken her into sports and content strategy most recently, Sarah has also spent time reporting on news and politics (both local and national), as well as business and the arts. In 2016, she won an Emmy Award as part of the on-air crew of "Breakfast on Broad," a first-of-its kind morning sports talk TV show on which she was a host for two years. In 2008, in partnership with the nonprofit Forté Foundation, Sarah wrote "Survival Guide for Women in Business," a book available in college libraries across America. She has immersed herself in each subject matter she's been fortunate to write about or represent, one of her favorite parts of being a professional writer.

But Sarah's writing experience goes beyond journalism and marketing. Social media has long been a passion. Sarah helped NBC-10 and Comcast SportsNet create and grow their social media networks before Twitter was a household word and tweeting was left to the birds. Her hard work helped both grow six-figure followings. She's grown her personal following to almost 30,000 on Twitter alone (you can connect with her via any of the links at the bottom of this page. Please do!).

She has served as a consultant for journalism and social media marketing start-ups, and continues to volunteer her time when she can.

For media inquiries about Sarah, as well as for bookings and appearances, contact Todd Shill at