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Meet the Team: Sarah Leeth, General Manager

Sarah was honored to come aboard as Creed’s General Manager in March of 2021. She brings nearly 20 years of experience in a variety of industries, having worked in professional sports, entertainment, non-profit organizations, large corporations, and now at Creed. In her role as General Manager, she draws from her wide range of experience as she works to support and optimize internal operations and efficiencies, which ultimately help further support Creed clients and their goals. She works tirelessly to ensure client satisfaction, which starts with ensuring that projects are set up for success and team members feel empowered at work. As a leader, employees describe her as someone who leads with kindness first, brings valuable experience and is at-the-ready to offer help when needed – all of which make her a great leader, and makes Creed a great place to work.


Sarah is passionate about…

The Creed team. Sarah believes that every Creed employee has unique talents that they bring to the table, and is passionate about showcasing and supporting these talents. She works diligently to support the team and ensure they have the tools they need to be successful in their jobs.


Key Skills

  • Business Development
  • Operations 
  • Marketing
  • Communications
  • Data Analysis
  • Brand Strategy
  • Leadership


Fun Fact

Sarah grew up an Air Force brat and moved around quite a bit growing up – she attended 13 different schools in all, so adjustment and meeting new people are like second nature to her. Sarah’s also a big fan of the outdoors (as long as it’s not winter) and enjoys hiking, paddling, and fishing.


Sarah is passionate about providing services to our healthcare clients, and has been most recently excited about our work with Vivistim. You can check out the case study on their redesign here: