Sarah is an Austin Native who has always loved the athletic side of herself. She ran track in college, but then once her professional life began, she saw her fitness levels drop considerably. She is a researcher who has a PhD in Food and Nutrition from McGill University in Canada. After graduating, she started a career as a researcher with the country's top food brands. Her career as a consultant for a leading health food brand for over a decade has made her believe in the power of a healthy lifestyle, and it also acts as her vision board for Big Blue Test’s future. Sarah has been practicing Muay Thai for the last four years, and her meditation sessions are known to be among the fiercest experiences among our team. At Big Blue Test, she acts as our mentor and helps us steer in the right direction.
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