Sarah TsangSarah Spring 2015

Office: Leo Hall Room 106
Campus Phone: 845-575-3725

Main Duties:
Coordinator of First Year Programs & Leadership Development
First Year Mentor for Leo Hall

About Sarah:

Hometown: New York, NY

Education:   B.A. Sociology - University at Albany, SUNY
                      M.S. Higher Education Administration and Policy -
                      University at Albany, SUNY

My earliest memory of Marist is...coming to the Marist Campus to work on a case study in graduate school.

One of my favorite movies is...The Usual Suspects. Kevin Spacey is so good. Have you watched House of Cards? (tap tap)

When I think of heroes I think of...our community leaders, here at Marist, they are all around you and working very hard in many ways to help you learn and grow.

My friends would describe me as...ambitious and how to find an answer for everything..

If I could travel anywhere...see Australia! Having the opportunity to work with International Students, I have met so many people from all parts of the world and I am most curious to go see Kangaroos, Koalas, and climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

My biggest mentor growing up was…my Father, he's always taught me to pave my own path and never stop looking for adventures.

One of the best things about college is…learning about who you are and becoming best version of yourself. Modern Family is one of my favorite TV shows and this particular quote makes me think of what we've all arrived here for, "...the funny thing about growing up, for years and years, everybody's desperately afraid to be different in any way. And then, suddenly, almost over night, everybody wants to be different. And that is where we win" - Mitchell (Modern Family)

When not busy with things at Marist, I like to…try new restaurants and recipes. It's my first time living in the Hudson Valley, so I'm looking forward to outdoor adventures this Spring.

My message to the students of Marist is…"If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door." - Milton Berle. Put yourself out there! Don't be afraid to take a risk. Try something new different everyday, anything can happen.