Long bio

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’s intention is to inspire many to take action to create a deeper, more connected, and positively joyful experience of being in life. 

Before stepping up to create her intention 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, and as Vice-President Associate Media Director of Arnold Worldwide in Northern Virginia.  She created strategic plans for clients of the advertising agencies that included; Amtrak, National Geographic Traveler magazine, SAP America, Xerox, General Foods - Country Time Lemonade, Owens-Corning Fiberglas, DeWalt Tools, Mobil Oil - Delvac, Lockheed Martin. The latter part of her corporate career included working for and directing various marketing efforts at technology-centered companies, Network Solutions, AOL, and K12, Inc. 

Sara spent years of working for companies and volunteering for organizations to assist them with their goals to realize their vision. Finally, in 2013 Sara chose to leave K12 Inc., the marketing profession. She’s now happily creating and acting on her own ideas and vision. 

She offers classes, talks, community, and many other resources. She shares her experiences, inspires and encourages those interested to more consciously embark on their own path, to create with more awareness to benefit their own lives.

Currently living in Maryland with her husband, Sara loves painting, photography, cooking, writing, walking on trails in the woods, spending time at their family cabin in the 1000 Islands, and sailing on the Chesapeake Bay.  Sara enjoys a continuing practice of creating balance, cultivating joy and lightheartedness. She takes responsibility for how she feels and for what she's experiencing. 

 

Short bio

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.  Through her talks and classes Sara teaches how one can take action to create a deeper, more connected, and positively joyful experience of being in life. 

Currently living in Maryland with her husband, Sara enjoys a continuing practice of creating balance, and cultivating joy and lightheartedness. She takes responsibility for how she feels and for what she's experiencing.