Who is Sarah Zink?
I consider myself a multi-dimensional businesswoman and a “multi-preneur”, with a rich and varied background in education, psychology, and community development. As a seasoned speaker, trainer and workshop facilitator, I have spent many years developing my presentation skills, logging more than 2,500 hours of speaking and training delivery since 2006.
By continuing to do project and contract work in the corporate world, I am able to keep my skills fresh. As an author and - while serving as terrestrial and digital radio show host - I have interviewed hundreds of successful business and professional men and women to gather information on their personal and professional 'best practices'.
These experiences enable me to take the lessons I’ve learned and combine that knowledge with information from and observations of how successful people work to provide down-to-earth, practical solutions that not only makes sense, but provide clear and actionable choices.
In addition to doing project work for other companies, I also hold positions as CEO and COO to several of my own companies. I serve on several civic and charitable boards, and in 2015, I was honored as a “Great Woman of Texas” by the Fort Worth Business Press.
Global clients include Alliance Data, Amway, Nexen Petroleum (Energy), Pearson, Trelleborg,
JC Penney and Texas Instruments, as well as Texas-based companies such as Texas Health Resources, the Texas Higher Education Human Resource Association, Resource One Credit Union and the law firm of Jackson Lewis. I also have extensive experience working with municipalities, including the Cities of Fort Worth, Arlington and Mansfield.
Post-training comments include:
“Sarah is one of the most talented presenters I have encountered. The structure of her presentations is good, and the content is "meat" that you can really sink your teeth into.”
“The information in the PowerPoint was excellent and so was the detail throughout. The handouts were very well done and comfortable to any level of management.”
“This session was much more than a training. To me, it was a great moment for a personal reflection on some of the most important and basic things to conduct our lives. Sarah had a tremendous impact on me with her presentation.”
In my spare time, I am a competitive ballroom dancer, professional quilter and enjoy reading classic literature. Some of my guilty pleasures include singing classic jazz (think: 'At Last'), My husband Larry and I are members of the local sportsman club and enjoy shooting rifles and pistols. We have five adult children and ten grandchildren.