Sarah's passion for leadership mentoring stems from a long history of being drawn to leaders and leadership roles. In her early years, Sarah was an orchestral tuba player. The role of the tuba is to hold the foundation of the orchestra, supporting the lead players by grounding the harmonies and resonance. Over the last twenty years, Sarah has continued that trajectory by becoming a Shambhala Buddhist Minister and holding leadership and teaching roles in the international Shambhala organization, learning the intricacies of how to lead and how to support other leaders embody their roles.
Sarah has been a student of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche for nearly twenty years. She recently completed four years as the Shambhala Times Editor-in-Chief and she has a degree from Naropa University entitled Embodied Systems. After living in Nepal for a year, Sarah spent four years helping to run the Shambhala Meditation Center of Boston, followed by two years living at Karme Choling.
Besides raising her daughter and expecting a second child, Sarah enjoys working in her garden and quilting. Sarah is also hard at work on a series of books about leadership as well as producing her forthcoming Podcast: Genuine. Through her business, she also spends her time mentoring leaders, leading workshops on embodiment and creative process, supporting organizations develop a culture of kindness and also being the Secretary/Treasurer for her local BNI Chapter and a member of the Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility networking organization. She lives with her husband Scott and daughter Odessa Rose in a beautiful home high on a hill in north-central Vermont.