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Hi I'm Sarah

I'm a Mechanical Engineer. I'm a dancer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a graduate from the Colorado School of Mines with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. I work for an astronomy software company that also builds precision robotic telescope mounts. I have a passion for music, dancing and the outdoors. I love getting to know people, who they are and what makes them tick.

Why I am a Mormon

My Mom is Mormon, and my Dad is not. They gave us the choice of what religion to choose. I grew up learning a little bit about both Catholics and Mormons. I started attending my LDS ward more consistantly when I was 12 and became a part of the Young Women's program. They had goals and ideas that I was already accomplishing in school and in life. Girls camp was where I gained the first part of my testimony and the first place I shared what I believed to be right. After high school, attending college I decided to continue attending church. It was in the singles ward that I continued to learn and what I realized later was really my testimony growing. I was baptized and confirmed a member of the church at 20. Since that day my testimony and knowledge of the church as grown exponentially and I learn to love both Jesus Christ and the gospel more and more every day despite all the trials that are thrown at each of us.

How I live my faith

I enjoy visiting with the people in my ward, especially the women because we are all at such different stages of our lives working towards the next, whether that be school, marriage, a job...etc. We all strengthen each other and try to have fun doing it! Life is crazy and busy but we all work hard doing what we believe is right. I try to share the gospel by living it and being an example to those both inside the church and outside. My calling is "Compassionate Serivce Committee Leader" I make sure that the sisters in our ward who are struggling extra hard get a little more attention and help if they want and need it. I help everyone stay invovled in what is going on in the ward and create monthly newsletters so the sisters who aren't there consistantly can still have an idea of what is going on. Making sure others have all the resources that they need to succeed is something I love to help with.