Sarah serves as The Indianapolis Anxiety Center's Patient Care Manager and supports marketing efforts.
Sarah graduated in 2019 from Ball State University with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Organizational Communication and double-minored in Sociology and Technical Writing. While at Ball State University, Sarah had leadership roles in various campus organizations. Sarah proudly served on the Executive Board of the Chi Omega, Phi Epsilon Chapter, which provided the opportunity for Sarah to bring educational mental health programming to the collegiate women in her chapter. Upon gradation Sarah was offered a full-time role developing, planning, and executing mental health workshops, drug and alcohol abuse prevention workshops, and leadership workshops on college campuses across the nation with Chi Omega's National Executive Headquarters office in Memphis, TN.
Sarah wears many hats in the Indianapolis Office and brings a wide range of professional and personal experience. Like so many of us, Sarah has struggled to find adequate support when addressing her own mental health needs. With a history of anxiety, depression, ADHD, and having accomplished two years of sobriety, Sarah understands how challenging it can be to navigate the complexity of a dual-diagnosis. Therefore, she approaches all people from a place of compassion, understanding, and kindness.
"I am sincerely passionate about mental health and I am a proud advocate to anyone looking for support, care, or am empathetic ear. Mental health matters!
In my spare time, you will find me at home with my fiance and three cats. I enjoy documentaries, non-fiction books, and furniture restoration!"