Sarah brings to Nodi Solutions a background in Program and Project Management and coaching, having worked in the public and private sectors as an employee, contractor and business owner. She has a passion for people and is always up for a challenge. Sarah loves taking on an opportunity to help a program run more efficiently, providing quality customer service to and winning over frustrated clients and training.
A self-development and mental health junkie, Sarah brings to work a firm belief that our professional and personal lives are so tightly connected that they influence each other. Because of this, Sarah strives to keep self-care a priority so she can reliably bring her best self to work and perform at her highest level.
My favorite quote: “In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.” – Abraham Lincoln
The natural talent I was gifted with: I was gifted with a great ability to help people break negative mindsets and follow their intuition.
The natural talent I’d like to be gifted with: I want to be able to learn languages super easily and be trilingual.
What inspires me: For me to be inspired, I need a deep sense vision. When I find my vision, no matter how many bumps come along the way, my vision prevails and I eventually reach success.
Where I find inspiration: I am inspired by individuals who have been through hardships but have risen above and leveraged that experience to create a beautiful life. Stories of survival from the Holocaust are some of my favorites to read. The individuals remind me of the sacredness of human life and inspire me to become an individual that faces adversity and stands up for what’s right no matter what.
Actually – I met a Jewish millennial aged man from England in the remembrance room of the Holocaust Museum here in DC. I spoke with him about religious freedom and standing up for what’s right. This young man taught me a huge lesson – it only takes 1 person to make a difference. Many people succeeded at helping Holocaust survivors. While these individuals couldn’t save everybody, they did what they could to help as many people as possible. Because of these individuals who chose to do what’s right despite the huge risk they faced, whole generations survived. Sometimes doing the right thing isn’t easy and puts our lives at risk. But, at the end of the day, if the roles were reversed, it would mean the world to us if somebody went to bat on our behalf.
What I love about what I do: I love working with colleagues who are incredible individuals, being challenged daily at work, constantly learning, and knowing that my efforts are helping others around me.