Age: 42
Cedar Hills

The Journey While working and enjoying life in Canada, Sarah decided to move across the border and earn a master’s degree from BYU. She had no idea how much this would change her life. Since moving to Provo, Sarah has become a wife, mother of five and founder of the Dolls of Hope, an organization that makes dolls and bears for children in other countries. She is also a volunteer at Operation Underground Railroad and Project Hope 4 Kids, and is the Utah State Coordinator at Carry the Future.

Mile Markers “I’ve always had a heart to help people and I find ways to do that creatively. I have confidence in my ideas. I’m not afraid to find solutions.”

Road Blocks “Having twins who are now toddlers is definitely my biggest challenge.”

Must-Haves “My phone, agenda/notebook, water and snacks for the kids.”

Local Destination “Provo Canyon or the pool with my kids.”

Follow Dolls of Hope on Instagram: @dollsofhope

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