After graduation, her next adventure was moving to the great state of Montana. She attended Montana State University to study Business Management and Entrepreneurship. While in school, Sarah actively participated in many leadership roles with the sorority Alpha Omicron Pi. After graduation, she moved around the state with her husband, Danny, and two kids. She started her own online business that helped to aid and grow visionary entrepreneurs. After moving to a small town on the Yellowstone River, Sarah was ready to start a new business adventure. Sarah and Jeff met and started brainstorming ways to bring accessible, quality medical care to society while thinking outside of the box. As business partners, Sarah and Jeff are the perfect balance of creative vision, and well-researched action.
For Sarah, a passion and desire to make a positive impact on the medical community has become personal. The delivery of her first child was impacted by many complications, and the delivery of her second child faced even higher chances of being life-threatening. Sarah felt frustrated that the doctors were trying to treat her situation as normal when she was clearly at a very high risk. She feels thankful to this day that God guided her to doctors that thought outside the box and treated her as an individual outside of the status quo. These doctors were able to save her life and help her to have an even better quality of life. She feels forever grateful for these doctors and is working to help make sure that every medical professional treats patients as individuals and addresses their unique needs outside of what might be considered standard.