Sara Doolittle believes we can challenge ourselves, step into a higher perspective and create a better life and a better world. She sees this power and potential in every human being. Sara delivers talks and leads workshops to inspire taking action to create a deeper, more connected, and positively joyful experience of being in life.
Before stepping up to create her vision, Sara created, managed, and directed media campaigns for Fortune 500 companies, both national and regional brands. Her career began in New York City in advertising agencies such as Ogilvy & Mather as a Media Planner, and eventually becoming Vice-President, Associate Media Director of Arnold Worldwide in Northern Virginia.
Sara planned strategic multi-channel, online and offline campaigns in customer acquisition and retention, through a full range of marketing channels, across diverse industries. She created media plans for clients of the advertising agencies she worked for, that include; Amtrak, Lands End, National Geographic Traveler magazine, SAP America, Xerox, General Foods - Country Time Lemonade, Owens-Corning Fiberglas, DeWalt Tools, Mobil Oil - Delvac, Lockheed Martin - ILS, Sanders.
She also directed various marketing efforts at technology-centered companies both at Network Solutions and AOL as a Senior Marketing Manager, and as a Marketing Director at K12, Inc.
After so many years working for companies and volunteering for organizations to assist them with their goals, in order to realize their vision, Sara left the corporate world to create her own unique vision.
As she leads workshops and speaks to groups, Sara inspires those interested, to uncover their own unique version of spirituality to become more aware of themselves, open to a new way of being, to experience more joy, love, meaning, and ease.
Sara lives in Maryland with her husband, enjoys painting, taking photographs, cooking, writing, hiking in the woods, sailing, and renovating their home. She also enjoys a continuing practice of creating balance, cultivating joy and lightheartedness, and taking responsibility for how she feels and for what she's experiencing.