SageAge Welcomes New Public Relations & Media Assistant to the Team

May 22, 2012 | Updates about SageAge

SageAge Strategies is pleased to welcome Sarah Feaster to its dedicated team of strategic, creative and dynamic professionals.  Sarah has joined the SageAge team in the role of Public Relations & Media Assistant, where she will be responsible for supporting all areas of media management, from media research and planning to rate negotiation and media placement, as well as all public relations efforts for our clients. 

As Public Relations & Media Assistant, Sarah’s duties will include strategic communications via media outlets, analyzing media coverage, determining the most effective and efficient media plans for any budget, as well as establishing valuable working relationships with numerous media representatives across the country. 

Sarah’s exceptional communication skills, combined with an internally driven desire to succeed, will position her to achieve the most effective outcomes for our clients.  Additionally, Sarah is fluent in Spanish, allowing her the opportunity to be a valuable resource not only to our organization, but also to our client partners who may benefit from this ability.

Prior to joining the SageAge team, Sarah held various positions in sales, where she was able to showcase her strong interpersonal skills and ability to adapt to a continuously changing environment.  Additionally, during her academic career, Sarah was a College Relations Student Assistant.  Here, she produced various releases for local publications and wrote several features for the Lycoming Magazine.  Sarah is a graduate of Lycoming College with a double major in Corporate Communications and Spanish and a minor in Business.

“I am truly looking forward to being part of such a wonderful, creative team,” says Sarah.  “I look forward to contributing to an organization that is committed to being a valuable resource and making a difference not only to our clients, but also in the lives of seniors.”

In addition to her position with SageAge, Sarah volunteers regularly at a local no-kill animal shelter, where she helps with the overall operations, cares for the animals and assists with fundraising events.  Sarah, a self-proclaimed dog-lover, has trained pet therapy dogs and is currently training her border collie, Nike, in competitive obedience.

SageAge Strategies extends a warm welcome to Sarah and looks forward to the knowledge and enthusiasm that she will bring to the team.

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