has led large strategic communications efforts for state, local, and federal agencies, and large organizations, including the Teton County, Wyoming, water quality master plan; Wyoming Governor’s “ENDOW” Initiative; Grand Teton National Park multiple-use strategy; Wyoming Outdoor Recreation Business Alliance; and a land-use siting framework and strategy for AT&T. Throughout her career she has helped organizations develop durable strategies for stakeholder relationship management, stronger impact, and resilience in the face of change. She currently focuses on messaging and audience segmentation, stakeholder engagement and outreach, and organizational change. After serving a term as mayor of Jackson, Wyoming, she continued her work as President of Flitner Strategies and also founded Becoming Jackson Whole, a nonprofit centered on neuroscience and mindfulness tools to reduce stress, increase resilience, and facilitate more compassionate dialogue. Sara has also served on more than a dozen boards, including Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, Wyoming Susan G. Komen, and First Interstate Bank, and public appointments including a stint on the Wyoming Environmental Quality Council. Her key skills are in entrepreneurship; business development; project strategy, design, and management; and stakeholder engagement. She holds a B.S. in organizational communication from University of Wyoming.