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Sarah Glenn Smith began her career in New York City as an actress. Her first professional job was a tour show with the National Stage Company traveling the United States for 4 months.

Upon completion of the show, she chose to experience college and a new creativity in a southern atmosphere, so she started her very serious studies at the College of Charleston. Throughout her college career, Sarah appeared in various community theater productions with Charleston Stage Company and Footlight Players.

Off stage, Sarah studied international business and spanish. Post college she returned to her dear New York. For the next 8 years, she worked in real estate development, sales, marketing and advertising.

The wealth of her experience is in project direction and management where she consulted architects and contractors designing and developing residential projects throughout New York City. She lead cross-capability teams in research of marketing design trends and in creation of strategic marketing campaigns and sales programs. She brought these skills to G2 Brand & Design where she acted as a principal in their first real estate advertising arm.

Born in Charleston, SC, Sarah returned with her husband and 2 young sons in 2014 where she joined the Dysautonomia Advocacy Foundation board as president. Sarah lives in West Ashley where she teaches pilates part-time. Sarah enjoys running, flagging catalogs and of course writing.

Recap: A Night At The Oscars In Charleston To Benefit Pet Helpers

Allan, a rescued pitbull thanks to Pet Helpers

Allan, a rescued pitbull thanks to Pet Helpers

Sweet Allan, a local lowcountry Pitbull, came to Pet Helpers just a few weeks ago with severe neck wounds from an embedded chain. He is just one example of an abused lowcountry pup needing expensive emergency care requiring multiple surgeries.  Pet Helpers is a private, non-profit animal adoption center that serves the lowcountry community.  On Sunday, February 22, 2015, Pet Helpers chose a glamorous approach to raise funds for their many important initiatives from ending euthanasia for all adoptable cats and dogs, to providing low cost spay/neuter surgeries and providing humane education programs.

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Photo Credit: Pet Helpers

For $75, local animal lovers were invited to A Night at the Oscars gaining red carpet entrance to a transformed Club Trio, this year’s premier location for Oscars viewing.  Sequins, stilettos and suits took over the venue cheering on their favorite stars and starlets live on the big screen, dancing the night away to Quiana Parler & Friends Band and sipping continuously flowing champagne and enjoying abundant hors d’oeuvres.

Pet Helpers has a wonderful family of sponsors including King Street Hospitality, Sweetgrass Social Event + Design, Technical Event Company, Charleston Magazine, Dana Cubbage Photography, Branch Design Studio, Apex Broadcasting, AFFA, 103.5 WEZL, 105.5 The Bridge, Y102.5, EventWorks, M. Dumas & Sons, Fox 24, Veterinary Specialty Care, Hank & Laurel Greer, and Carol Linville.

For more information or to support Pet Helpers visit www.pethelpers.org.

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Dancing to Quiana Parler (Photo Credit: Dana Cubbage)

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Sponsor reps from Apex Broadcasting  (Photo Credit: Dana Cubbage)



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