An advocate for creating inspired, artistic interiors, Sarah has a passion for beautiful things with a genuine visual eye – she strives to make interiors and homes thoughtful, alluring and comfortable through design, decorating and staging.
With a true passion for the community, this Auburn University Alum and Auburn native returned with her family in 2009 after many years of moving around in the construction industry. Sarah co-founded the unique gift, home décor, and accessory store, Wrapsody, with stores in Hoover and downtown Auburn. She recently sold the business and is thrilled to be bringing her passion for visual merchandising, purchasing and trendy flair to Three Sixty.
Sarah is committed to serving the Auburn community and serves in many capacities around town. She was recently appointed by the governor to serve Lee County as District 2 Commissioner. She serves as Past-Chair and on the Executive Board for the Auburn Chamber of Commerce. She served for six years on the Auburn City Planning Commission, with five of those years as Chairwoman. While a small business owner downtown, she actively served for many years as the Secretary, Treasurer and Vice President of the Auburn Downtown Merchants Association and was instrumental in bringing events to downtown Auburn. In-line with her desire to make and keep things beautiful, she serves on the Auburn Beautification Council.
Sarah has been married to Drew Brown for 26 years. She is a devoted mom to her 3 children: Morgan, a Senior at Auburn University, Griffin, a full-time firefighter with the City of Auburn and a student at Southern Union and Alana, a freshmen at Auburn University. She is an active member of Auburn United Methodist Church and Church of the Living Waters at Lake Martin and serves on boards at both churches.