Sarah has earned a reputation amongst her co-workers and clients for her energetic personality, hard work, and commitment to exceeding her clients service expectations. When it comes to helping her clients buy and sell houses, Sarah is always working to understand her clients needs and goes above and beyond to make sure they have a great experience from start to finish.
A native Texan, Sarah grew up in the League City area before attending Texas State University on a golf scholarship. Sarah’s rigorous work ethic guided her to distinction at Texas State, where she earned both a BBA in Accounting and a Master’s Degree in Accountancy while also maintaining a top ranking on the golf links, including winning the 2002 Southland Conference Women’s Golf Championship.
Sarah began her professional career with a “Big 4” public accounting firm as an auditor focusing on the Real Estate sector. Over time, her outgoing nature and relationship skills led her to move into recruiting with responsibility for on-campus hiring and then on to a Top 20 Law Firm to build their recruiting function as they expanded their new Houston office.
Sarah is active in the Houston community, volunteering with The Junior League of Houston, serving on the Advisory Board of the Houston Association of Realtors YPN Realtor Group, volunteering on the Steer Auction Committee, supporting the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and serving on the Women's Golf Association Board and Ladies Association Committee at Pine Forest Country Club. As a proud Oak Forest Resident, Sarah gives back a portion of all sales in 77018 to the Oak Forest Park Revitalization Effort.
In 2012, Sarah was named one of Houston Association of Realtor's 20 Rising Stars Under 40 in Real Estate. She also earned the achievement of making Top Producer in 2013- 2016 while at Greenwood King Properties. Sarah enjoys spending time playing golf, hanging out with friends and family, traveling, checking out new Houston restaurants and spoiling her Jack Russell Terrier Abby, rescue Pug Oscar and rescued Golden Retriever Hank.