There is so much about the automotive world that is more human than machine, and Sarah is obsessed with finding out how and why people connect around cars. She’s particularly interested in following the life cycle of a car: Who thought of it, who made it, who drives it, who fixes it when it’s sick or hurt, and who takes it apart when it’s deemed undrivable. She’s learned that cars are complicated, but not nearly as wonderfully complex as the people who design, drive, and repair them.
Outside of work, Sarah raises two small children with her high school sweetheart. She also revisits favorites from Kurt Vonnegut and Cheryl Strayed and is always on the hunt for the next memoir to add to her bookshelf.