Our Clients Include …

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Client Recommendations

 
 

Joey Ficklin, Director, Maker Faire Austin

 

David Nero, CIO, Perkins School for the Blind

 
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Tracie G. Seward, Outreach & Recruitment, ASPPH

“Working with Sarah was an incredible experience. Her thoughtfulness and expertise led to a successful event with engaged participants. Beyond the event itself, Sarah made the planning process enjoyable. Her positive attitude and willingness to adapt as the requirements of the event evolved made a challenging timeline seem a little less difficult. Plus, she’s just as fun as she is professional.

I would highly recommend Sarah and Experimental Civics to anyone who wants their audience to have a more innovative, forward-thinking, problem-solving mindset.”

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Tzuu-Wang Shein, Accenture Digital Analytics

"Open IDEO Austin collaborated with Experimental Civics for the UT Girl Day event. The event was personally very satisfying as we are helping grow the next generation of leaders with empathy. Sarah is a fantastic coordinator and activist who inspires everyone she meets. Loved working together."

 
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Lance McNeil, City of Austin

“Sarah's passion for social good is unquestionable, but what separates her is her ability to channel that passion into the creation of effective programs that create a measurable impact in the community. Her talents and affability allow her to engage a diverse community and inspire them to become agents of positive change.”

 
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Chris Moiser, LinkedIn

“Sarah's vision for curating large programming, event planning and civic engagement is demonstrated in the scope of the civic hackathon she has developed. The hackathon was recognized by a senior program director at St. Edward’s who shared with me that until seeing the 2016 event, he had never conceived of using and featuring the several venues that were used on campus.”