Sara Sebring, a native of Sebring, Florida, has a diverse background that reflects her passion for both healthcare and agriculture. Sara attended South Florida State College where she earned a License in Dental Hygiene.
After graduation, Sara initially pursued a career in dental hygiene but eventually felt a strong pull towards her family's agriculture businesses. In 2019, she made the transition to work full time in the family's agricultural ventures.
Sara brings a wealth of knowledge in the areas of hay production and beef cattle. Her dedication to agriculture is not only a professional pursuit but a personal one, as she values the connection to the land and the principles of sustainable farming.
Beyond her work, Sara is an avid lover of the outdoors, finding solace in saltwater fishing. Her appreciation for nature extends to her involvement as a member of the Highlands County 4-H foundation, where she actively contributes to the community's agricultural education and development.
Sara is a graduate of the University of Florida's Wedgworth Leadership Institute Class XI. This accomplishment underscores her commitment to continuous learning and her desire to make a positive impact in the agricultural community.