Sarah Waskey


Sarah began her career in public accounting in 1999 after completing her Bachelor of Science in Accounting at the University of Kentucky. She worked in the fields of audit, assurance, tax, and advisory services for 22 years before making the transition to operations in 2021. She has spent her career helping small businesses and nonprofit organizations understand that having a robust accounting system leads to growth and success. She is exceptionally passionate about leveling the playing field by educating and empowering women entrepreneurs and executives so their businesses will thrive; and believes that developing and advancing women leaders is the key to bringing about true equity in all areas of life.

Her interests lie in the field of health and wellness and believes that we need to constantly nourish our mind, body, and spirit. She loves any type of fitness and believes that learning is the true endurance sport.

Sarah has been involved in several community organizations, including NAWBO Kentucky, where she currently serves as the Immediate Past President, and served as President for the 2020-2021 fiscal year; NAWBO Louisville Foundation, where she serves on the Board of Directors, the Chamber of St. Matthews, where she served as Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary; 4C (Community Coordinated Child Care), where she served as Treasurer; Holy Trinity Parish School PTA, served as Treasurer, and she loves to volunteer her time to various community organizations. Sarah was voted “20 People to Know in Accounting” by Louisville Business First in 2022, 2019 Member of the Year by NAWBO Kentucky and 2010 New Member of the Year by the Chamber of St. Matthews.

Designations and Licenses

Certified Public Accountant (CPA)


NAWBO Kentucky, Former President
NAWBO Louisville Foundation, Board of Directors Member
Chamber of St. Matthews, Former Vice-President, Treasurer, and Secretary
4C (Community Coordinated Child Care), Former Treasurer
Holy Trinity Parish School PTA, Former Treasurer


B.S. in Accounting – University of Kentucky

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