Sara Parrish Makes Central Penn’s 40 Under 40 in 2023

October 20th, 2023 | Central Penn Business Journal

How would you say you inspired change in your organization or the community as an up-and-coming leader?

In my organization, I’ve been able to spearhead a culture of work-life balance, which is a rarity at many financial technology companies. I would never want anyone to miss family events or put important parts of their life on hold to be their best at work. Until I started blending family and work myself, others were hesitant to do so. I’m excited about this continued evolution of our workplace.

In the community, injecting qualities like empathy and consensus-building into my leadership roles is important to me. It’s the first step in inspiring changes that everyone can get behind.

Who has made a significant impact on your career?

Kristen Sieffert, president of Finance of America Companies, is an important mentor to me. As a mother of young children and the president of a national fintech company, I want to thrive in all aspects of my life. She has taught me how to embrace these opportunities and balance them all

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