Sarah Weston

Senior Vice President

A senior vice president at Wilbert, Sarah leads firmwide initiatives and works closely with many of our real estate clients. She is also heavily involved in the community, currently serving on the boards of NAIOP and Urban Land Institute (ULI) Atlanta.


When it comes to media relations, she likes connecting the dots. She shares this example: Several clients mentioned they were adding open-container ordinances to their mixed-use developments, all in different markets. Sarah pitched The Wall Street Journal. The reporter called and said, “I’ve never heard of developers doing this before! Tell me more.” Two days later, two clients were featured in the Journal's Property Report. “I like hearing our clients’ stories and off-hand remarks about something they are working on, digging in on the topic and then connecting it to a broader trend for a great story that will resonate with their audiences,” Sarah says.


Other accomplishments that make Sarah proud? “I’m currently the reigning champ of the Wilbert March Madness bracket and Wilbert’s College Pick ‘Ems tournament,” she says with a laugh.


When Sarah isn’t working or picking basketball and football games, she is making a difference. In addition to her board roles at ULI and NAIOP, she is co-chair for Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Georgia’s Awards program. Her community involvement is hardly new. For ULI, she co-chaired the 2023 Awards for Excellence event and is a 2019 Center for Leadership graduate. For NAIOP, she was a NAIOP Future Leader in 2015, and on the NAIOP Future Leaders Executive Council in 2016. She has been recognized for numerous awards in the PR field, most recently the Shining Star award from PRSA Georgia in 2022. 


For fun, Sarah belongs to two book clubs, plays tennis, is learning Mahjong, practices yoga and spends time with her husband and two young sons, preferably outside. Sarah, who grew up in Alabama, graduated from Auburn University with a degree in public relations. She earned her Accreditation in Public Relations in 2015.

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