Sarah M. Sax

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“You can’t sell anything if you can’t tell anything.”

“You can’t sell anything if you can’t tell anything.”

Beth Comstock, GE Vice Chair of Business Innovation

“You can’t sell anything if you can’t tell anything.”

“You can’t sell anything if you can’t tell anything.”

I have lived by Beth Comstock's advice "you can't sell anything if you can't tell anything" before I even realized it. Throughout my college and professional career, I have used the power of storytelling to inform, motivate, and empower those around me.

I thrive breaking down complex ideas and realities into digestible information by real stories that people can connect to. When I served as the Executive Producer of Annenberg TV News at the University of Southern California, I reported on hard news through the lens of one or multiple people's experiences. The goal was to connect with viewers, grabbing their interest and sending a clear message all while hitting breaking news deadlines for the live, half-hour broadcast.

After graduation, I applied my storytelling skills to the bipartisan, political non-profit American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) in development/fundraising. For six years, every day I would deliver Middle East briefings to key New York City stakeholders and ask them to deepen their investment in the organization. I shared the non-profit's impact through success stories, passionately painting a vivid picture of how our strategy is effective -- showing, rather than telling, a stakeholder about the ROI of their investment. 

As the founder of Write For The Job, I help clients land jobs that make them happy by crafting their professional story in their resume, cover letter, and/or Linkedin profile. My natural curiosity enables me to connect with clients and learn about their professional experiences, so I can identify and articulate the most compelling parts of their story that will resonate with the hiring manager. 

 

WORK SAMPLES

Trojans For Israel
Marketing
Woman Freed After 32 Years In Prison
Broadcast
Cities Pay Residents To Reduce H2O
Broadcast
USC Player Leaves Heart On Field
Broadcast
Spielberg Awards Pres. Obama
Multimedia
No Jobs In Energy Conservation
Multimedia
L.A.U.S.D. Teacher Layoffs
Multimedia
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