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Sarah serves as CEO of Moz, the most trusted authority in online search with powerful SEO and Local Search platforms to help marketers improve the position of their brands, business locations and competitive rank in search results. With Sarah’s leadership, the company has grown to over 36,000 customers, 200 employees, $60 million annual revenue run rate, raised $30mm venture capital, launched multiple software products, and created a beloved marketing brand. She sets the company strategy and drives execution through alignment, authentic company culture, and transparency. She served on the boards of Washington Technology Industry Association, Sitrion Inc., and Copper Canyon Press. She was previously a member of the Seattle Regional Partnership, Vistage, and the British-American Project. Prior to throwing herself into the Startup lifestyle, she practiced law for several years. A student of the world, Sarah attended Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada; Koç University in Istanbul, Turkey; University of Washington School of Law in Seattle, Washington; and East China University School of Law and Politics in Shanghai, China. Sarah regularly speaks about entrepreneurship, business models, search marketing, women in tech, and fostering an inspiring company culture. Her credits include the White House Summit on Working families, INBOUND, Collision, the University of Washington, Fledge, Startup Weekend, the Microsoft Accelerator Program, Seattle Tech Meetup, Seattle Interactive Conference, Web Summit, Catalyst, and Defrag. She was named a Geekwire CEO of the Year Finalist three times, Role Model of the Year, Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist, Puget Sound Business Journal 40 Under 40, and a Top 100 Women in Tech. Sarah supports many charitable and educational institutions, including Solid Ground, Ignite Worldwide, TAF Academy, Techbridge, Ada Developers Academy, and WACAP. She is a member of the 2019 Class of Henry Crown Fellows within the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute.