Sarah Horne

Sarah Horne currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer of SHSB Financial Group, LLC. Between 2013 to 2015, Sarah and her husband started the initial phase of planning for the startup SHSB Financial Group, LLC with a primary goal to spend more time with family and less time with corporate business travel.

As a former Information Technology Senior Project Manager at a local Dallas Energy Company, Sarah managed the nationwide release of product launches. Previous to her Project Management role with the local Dallas Energy Company, she has worked with two of the Big 4 Consulting Firms, including Accenture and Deloitte Consulting, LLP – dealing mainly with nationwide energy sector clients. As a leading Senior Consultant at Deloitte Consulting, LLP, Sarah lead Deloitte’s proprietary SAP utilities solution and lead CRM demos for various utilities conventions. Her passion for perfection and attention to detail are what makes Sarah stand out amongst the sea of consultants with her clients.

Sarah graduated from the University of Texas at Austin. In 2011, Sarah served as the Director of Fundraising for Against The Grain Productions (ATG) as she has always had a passion with discovering her Asian heritage and passion for the world of arts. This year in 2018, Sarah will be serving her second term as Co-Director of Fundraising for Against The Grain Productions (ATG) . Her newest passion is spending fun-filled time with her family.

What does going Against The Grain mean to you? “I remember being told when I was in high school that the only way I would find a decent job after college was if I majored in Computer Science, Engineering, Medicine or Accounting. I tried Computer Science first year in college, and hated it with a passion. To think I had to be stuck in a cubical programming all day was something I had no interest in. As for the other subject matters, well, I also did not find that interesting. I ended up switching to Economics as my major almost at the end of my sophomore year and still managed to graduate in 4 years total. All I can say is I had a passion to succeed in life… but not exactly a passion in those 4 subjects that most traditional Asian families feel are “safe bets” to succeed in your career – your life. I went against what my family felt was a ‘safe bet’ for a successful career, but I could not be happier in what I had accomplished and still am accomplishing thus far in life. If you have the passion, you will succeed.”

Quote to live by: “If it’s important to you, then you will find a way. If not, you will find an excuse.”

Sign: Virgo

Passionate about: Raising Kind and Good Hearted Kids

Favorite food: Sushi with a glass of Moscato D’Asti (is that specific or what?!)

Can’t live without: Haribo Gummy Bears, but on the serious side, my generous husband and loving kids

Color Personality: TBA

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