Managing Director of Membership and Chapters
Sara is responsible building the main revenue stream of USL membership, which is then re-invested into USL communication plans and Sport Development programs and services. This is achieved by retaining existing members and acquiring new members through grass roots communications and relationships with leagues and chapters.
At US Lacrosse since:
National Cathedral School, Washington, D.C., 1980;
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa., 1984.
Grey Advertising Agency, N.Y.;
Procter & Gamble Cover Girl Cosmetics, Baltimore, Md.;
Scott Paper Company, Philadelphia, Pa.;
TESSCO Technologies, Baltimore, Md.;
Business Development Consultant, Baltimore, Md.
If you played lacrosse, when and how were you first introduced to the game?
I was walking to try out for the tennis team in high school, and my mom intercepted me and handed me a lacrosse stick and asked me if I wanted to try it . . . the rest is history.
If you played collegiate lacrosse, where?
I played at Connecticut College and transferred to University of Pennsylvania. I was a walk-on player at Penn, then I tore my second ACL. That was that in those days.
Are you currently involved with the game outside of work? If so, how?
I am a youth coach and have been for 10 years. I was also one of the commissioners of the Bel Air girls league.
Do you have any hidden talents?
I am a watercolor artist.
What sports do you play/did you used to play?
Field hockey, spring board diving, gymnastics, skiing, tennis, swimming, biking. I currently do a couple of sprint triathlons a year but hate running and have really bad knees.
What are the three things you can’t live without?
My four children and my dog Laxie.