Within a few weeks of starting at InkHouse, the first Golden Carrot Talk night occurred, and it moved me, to say the least. I knew I wanted to participate and tell the story of how I got to InkHouse: how after living in San Francisco for three years I decided I wanted to move back to Boston where I grew up.
Besides being a great way to give the whole agency a better idea of who I am as a person, it was a great experience to further reflect on what makes me, me.
To learn about my experience moving back to Boston after living in San Francisco, watch the video below or get the full story here.
While Sarah has extensive experience with social media strategy, community management, and sponsored content, she understands that second-guessing what worked in the past is the only way to be successful in the future. Prior to joining InkHouse, Sarah worked at Edelman San Francisco as the main community manager and digital content strategist for Adobe’s Digital Imaging brands: Photoshop and Lightroom. She has won numerous awards including Facebook’s Craft award, a PR News social media icon, and two Cannes Lions. She majored in Marketing and Management at the Villanova School of Business and remains an active member of the alumni community.