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Meet the Family

Meet the Family

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Meet Sarah

Sarah attended Vanderbilt University where she received a Masters in Public Policy, with an emphasis in education policy. While there, she researched and presented solutions to topics such as K-12 funding, the college student loan crisis, and ways to improve college dropout rates. 

She has spent her career working with and being inspired by small business owners and entrepreneurs. She previously worked for the National Federation of Independent Business, a nonprofit organization dedicated to advocating on behalf of America’s small and independent business owners.

Sarah also trained and educated student entrepreneurs while working for the Center for Entrepreneurship at Belmont University, a Top 25 entrepreneurship program in the United States. 

Today, Sarah serves as the Director for the Lieutenant Governor’s Office of Small Business Advocacy.

She is also actively involved with the Las Vegas Delta Gamma alumni group where she serves as the Vice President of Foundation, local animal rescue organizations, and the Alzheimer’s Association – a group that has been personally meaningful to both her and Drew.

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Meet Nola Mae

Drew and Sarah adopted Nola Mae (named after Drew’s great-grandmother), a beagle/basset mix from a shelter in Nashville.

Nola Loves: Treats with salmon and getting underfoot in the kitchen.
Nola Dislikes: The wind and the Amazon delivery guy.

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Meet Olive

Sarah and Drew adopted Olive, a catahoula leopard dog, from a shelter in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

After Drew and Sarah adopted her, they found out she had been shot with birdshot and still has around 30 seed-sized pellets inside her.

Olive Loves: Eating sketchy stuff and stealing things off the counter.
Olive Dislikes: Loud noises and not getting enough attention.