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Sarah has worn many hats in the Real Estate Industry. Since 2012, she has worked with both individual teams as a marketing consultant, and large companies as an office and transactional manager.
Sarah graduated from Simmons College in 2013 with a degree in Integrated Media, and a minor in Graphic Design. Her artistic background, coupled with over a decade of customer service-based positions help to ensure clients and teammates receive the best possible support 24/7.
Sarah joins SellBoston as the director of Marketing and Client Services. It is her firm belief that when you love what you do, it shows in your work ethic. When Sarah isn’t proposing crazy Marketing strategies, she enjoys traveling with her husband, cooking with every dish in the house, and reading every book she can.
If I could eat one thing for the rest of my life, it would be: Burrito bowls. Endless options.
Favorite thing to do in Boston: Honestly, I love Faneuil Hall. I don’t care if it’s a tourist trap. Every time I go into Quincy Market it feels like the first time. Boston needs more food halls!
Would you rather wake up as a new random person every year and have full control of them for the whole year OR once a week spend a day inside a stranger without having any control of them? Yikes neither. But for the sake of the game probably a new person every year with complete control. That could be fun. Or terrible. But better than being a wildcard for the rest of your life.