sara li is an award winning
(& losing) WRITER, strategist,
and optimist.

 
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i. DIGITAL storyteller

In her many roles and capabilities, Sara is best described as a storyteller. She has written for a number of publications, including MTV News and Refinery 29. She is currently working on her first collection of essays for publishing that touches on culture, identity, and adulthood.

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ii. CREATIVE strategist

Sara is a contract creative strategist with speciality in brand identity, art direction, web design, and social media marketing. She has worked for and consulted on campaigns by The Financial Diet, Bumble, HBO Films, and more. She is available for remote and contracted work.

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iii. HUMANITARIAN

Since 2014, Sara has been an outspoken advocate for a number of sociopolitical causes such as: hunger relief, equal education, sustainability, women’s equality, and poverty. She is the founder of Project Consent and a former delegate for the United Nations Youth Assembly.

 
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gREETINGS, internet! here’s a few things you should know about me:

First: I don’t an official title for myself, despite what my LinkedIn says. I’m a person who likes to wear a lot of different hats and juggle multiple projects. I’m a Type A human with a love for good conversation and the color pink. Don’t let the glitzy photographs fool you; I’m a whole lot messier in real life (aren’t we all?).

Second: My interests in life are Taylor Swift, Grey’s Anatomy, and talking about all things tech and culture. In that order.

Third: I’m a believer in creating your own luck. In my years working in fashion, media, and entertainment, I’ve learned that the best opportunities are the ones you make your own. As a storyteller, I believe that we are entitled to our own narratives. I hope you make yours a good one.

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