You can do anything you want with your time and money. You just can’t do everything.
Sarah Westcott, Wealth Coach
Sarah is a woman with a passion for helping others. A 1992 graduate from Wellesley College, Sarah has had an eclectic career spanning more than three decades. She began her career in corporate consulting and training for Fortune 1000 companies, and throughout her thirity years, has educated and inspired thousands of professionals around the world in topics including project management, IT consulting, strategic and professional networking, and small business and personal finance. In 2008, after a ten year professional hiatus to start a family, she launched her wealth coaching practice, SW Financial Solutions. Since then, she has helped hundreds of smart, successful, professionals create a life they love, without financial stress and overwhelm.
Sarah has served for nearly a decade as an Area Support Director for Business Network International (BNI) in Savannah, GA, a role in which she supports area business professionals to grow their businesses through the strategic referral relationships. She is known throughout the US as an expert in social and professional networking, and in 2019 began offering this expertise through her coaching practice to other financial coaches and business professionals.
Sarah is a Mom of four grown children, whom she home schooled. She has been the treasurer for the local chapter of the Wellesley College Alumnae Association, and volunteer leader of the Dollars and Sense ministry at Compassion Christian Church, where she also sang in the praise choir for many years. She is a past board member of the Savannah-area CFO Council, and currently serves as Board Chair for Savannah Area Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She loves the outdoors, and enjoys hiking, boating, kayaking and even yard work!
Sarah states that her key to success in business and life can be found in her professional and personal mission statements: “to educate, encourage and equip others in the principles that enable them to pursue their goals and passions; and to love, encourage and pour into others, inspiring them to make a difference in their own lives and in the lives of others.”