Sarah M. Sax
Sarah’s genuine curiosity in people, to understand who they are and what they need, allows her to motivate others to take action through compelling storytelling.
Sarah has spent more than six years fundraising millions of dollars for the bipartisan pro-Israel lobby, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). She briefs investors on the current Middle East geopolitical landscape and offers strategies to make a tangible impact on the U.S.-Israel relationship.
Around the same time Sarah started at AIPAC, she founded her career coach consultancy, Write For The Job. She has since helped more than 100 professionals craft their personal stories for their resumes, cover letters, and Linkedin profiles to stand out in a sea of applications and land a job that makes them happy.
Prior to AIPAC and Write For The Job, Sarah attended the University of Southern California earning a degree from the Annenberg School For Communication & Journalism in Broadcast and Digital Journalism. There, she served as the Executive Producer for USC's Annenberg TV News, leading a team of 250 student journalists to report, write, shoot, and edit hard news stories in breaking news environments. Sarah was known for breaking down complex stories, on topics such as politics and U.S. foreign policy, into digestible and engaging reports on-air, online, and across social media platforms. While at USC, she interned for NBC Los Angeles, ABC Los Angeles, and CBS/KCAL.
Though Sarah is an L.A. native, she has fully embraced the New York City lifestyle. She enjoys venturing to the 92Y to hear renowned speakers, listening to live jazz, and taste testing sweets at acclaimed bakeries in Manhattan.