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Sarah Said is a graduate of Seneca College’s Journalism program and Ryerson University's Fashion Communications program. She has also completed a Certificate in Digital Marketing Management at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies. During her years as a student, she interned at CBC News Toronto and in the editorial departments of Flare Magazine and The Kit (digital)

Between it all, she worked as a freelance fashion assistant, conducting research for articles, writing fashion and lifestyle stories, and creating galleries (using Photoshop and Wordpress), and social media plans (Hootsuite, Buffer, Excel) for various brands and publications. Sarah also helped prepare for TV segments/photoshoots and worked on set as a stylist’s assistant for fashion magazines and corporate companies (S/Magazine, Target Canada, Uniqlo, Hayu, The Shopping Channel, Breakfast Television, Food Basics).


Not long after, Sarah was hired as an Assistant Editor for a B2B magazine called Veterinary Practice NewsAfter six months on the job, she got promoted to Project Coordinator, where she then worked on marketing and sales promo (print and online) for a range of B2B publications. There, she won Kenilworth's INNOVATE 2019 competition at her former workplace for coming up with NextGen, a website aimed for the next generation of veterinary professionals. She was sent overseas on a conference ship in July 2019, that sailed from Germany to Denmark, to discuss the next steps for the website.

She worked as the editor and content creator of the NextGen website. Sarah was responsible for creating every single aspect of the platform, including the concept, design, branding, social media, content (seeking contributors), and other media, such as the podcast. In that regard, her job is to find monthly guests to interview, come up with topics/questions, host, and edit NextPod.

Today, she works as a Host and Associate Producer for a sports media company, focused on betting, called The Parleh. Among other things, she is on-camera daily, hosting betting videos that are mainly surrounding women's sports and the CFL (this also includes weekly videos for FanDuel Canada). She also helps write a weekly newsletter done in collaboration with CBC Sports called 4% Rising that highlights on upcoming women's sports. ​​​

On her spare time, Sarah loves to binge-watch documentaries (especially if they are about history), watch sports, write fiction, spend time with her family and friends, and try new things, like skateboarding.


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