WILMA’s Leadership Institute: Sara Warmuth
Snapshot of this year's Leadership Institute members
WILMA’s 2021 Leadership Institute, an annual nine-month program, gives area women the opportunity to learn from leaders in the region, visit a range of local companies, and serve as each others’ personal board of directors.
The program is part of WILMA’s Women to Watch Leadership Initiative, created to help develop more women leaders in our area.
Meet 2021 institute member SARA WARMUTH.
Title: Chief facilities officer
Company: New Hanover County
How long have you been with your current employer? 3 years
Alma mater:East Carolina University MBA 2002, BSBA in Business Management 2001
Prior career experience:
– Forsyth County, assistant director of general services.
– Village of Wellington, assistant director of operations
Current job responsibilities: “As the director of the Facilities Management department at New Hanover County, my team is responsible for providing a safe and hygienic environment for our customers (New Hanover County departments and citizens). We do this by maintaining all County buildings and vehicles while also overseeing the construction, renovation, and repair of these facilities.“
Hobbies: “I enjoy all types of travel (especially cruises). I spend my free time maintaining my beach rental property and enjoy spending any free moments on the beach with my niece and nephew.”
To learn more about WILMA’s Leadership Institute and Initiative, go to wilmamag.com/women-to-watch.
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