Sarah Hosker is a paralegal in Chicago, Illinois. Her interest in raising pregnancy awareness sparked when, in the summer of 2009, she learned of the passing of her niece less than a month before her due date. Soon after, Sarah began meeting with newfound friends and family who had suffered similar losses. Together with these friends and family, she Co-founded Project Alive & Kicking (PAK).
Sarah received her AA degree in Liberal Arts from Young Harris College in Young Harris, Georgia. She then attended Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia, where she received her BA in History. Sarah returned to Kennesaw State University to receive her Paralegal Certificate and worked in Atlanta at various law firms. She then moved to New York City to work for American International Group, Inc. (AIG). At AIG, she worked in the Corporate Secretary’s office and was involved in the company’s not for profit projects, including the AIG Disaster Relief Fund. After her time in New York City, Sarah worked as litigation paralegal in Charleston, South Carolina and Newport Coast, California.
Sarah is committed to volunteer work in the community and is an active member at Saint Teresa of Avila Parish. She also enjoys traveling, beachcombing, antiquing, visiting museums, photography, following the English Premier League and is a fan of the University of Georgia (UGA) football team. Sarah lives in Chicago, Illinois with her husband, Ali.