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About Sarah Wells, Author, CEO & Mom

Sarah Wells is a respected voice in the realm of management, leadership, and the support of working mothers. 

With a master’s degree in public policy and women’s studies from the George Washington University, complemented by a bachelor’s degree in political science and women’s studies from American University, Sarah brings a wealth of knowledge and advocacy to her work. Her contributions as a sought-after expert, workshop presenter, and podcast speaker in the domain of supporting working mothers’ transitions back to work have made her an invaluable resource for employers and teams.

Sarah's leadership philosophy is characterized by an unwavering commitment to long-term, sustainable success for organizations. She believes in nurturing work environments that foster happiness and longevity among teams. Her career spans a decade at Women in Government, a national bipartisan association for state legislators, where she championed public policy initiatives aimed at empowering and educating women in elected office. Sarah's impact extended to her five-year tenure as the executive director of the National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care, an organization dedicated to representing the voices of individuals receiving care services in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and at home. In both roles, she instigated transformative changes, introducing supportive employment policies, fostering team camaraderie, and implementing flexible work practices, resulting in substantial financial and performance improvements for these organizations.

In 2013, Sarah took her entrepreneurial spirit to new heights by founding Sarah Wells Breast Pump Bags, dedicated to empowering mothers with products that enhance their sense of dignity and functionality while transporting breast pumps to their workplace. A key contributor to her ongoing success is the exceptional relationship she maintains with her customers and her team, rooted in a profound commitment to supporting working mothers as they navigate their return-to-work journey.

Sarah’s distinct vantage point, having occupied various roles as a manager and a working mother, coupled with her passion for both organizations and mothers, is underpinned by her direct access to valuable data gleaned from her business customer relationships that culminates in this book.

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