Welcome to Cornershop, Sarah!

July 8, 2016

We’re super excited to welcome Sarah Fargusson, a self-described “non-profit junkie” to our team as our newest project manager!

Sarah has spent her career in the non-profit sector, working in various non-profit management disciplines including strategic planning, community engagement, capacity building, fundraising and research.  She has worked both in and for the non-profit sector at the Feminist Majority Foundation, the Sadie Nash Leadership Project, and the consulting firms The Lee Institute and The Curtis Group. Along with her extensive training in facilitation, Sarah is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati DAAP School where she received a dual bachelors degree in Women’s and Urban Studies, as well as Wake Forest University School of Business’s Nonprofit Management Certification Program.

Passionate about civic engagement, Sarah is currently a member of the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center’s Aquarium Connection and the Junior League of Norfolk-Virginia Beach, where she serves on the board as the Strategic Planning Director.

She lives in Norfolk, Virginia, with her husband, Bryce. There on the banks of the Chesapeake Bay, she moonlights as a mermaid and raises their pack of three dogs (Daisy, Rico and Mokona) and a sole cat (Nestle).

By Lesley Molecke

Lesley has been working on the web since she was in high school and ran her own small web design shop before she could drive. She has extensive experience performing user testing and usability studies, rewriting and improving complex language to appeal to a wide variety of audiences, and helping organizations adopt the right technologies to achieve their goals. Her heart really belongs to nonprofits and small businesses, where she can see the tangible benefits of a healthy web presence: donations, connections, engagements, and sales.