Welcome Sarah!

Our 2015 Spring Intern

A senior at York College of Pennsylvania, Sarah Gunarich is pursuing degrees in both public relations and marketing. She is an active member of Public Relations Student Society (PRSSA) and Phi Sigma Sigma, Sorority. Outside of school, Sarah keeps busy by juggling a second internship at The Peak Radio, working a part-time job, babysitting and pushing her limits in the gym. (They call her “muscles,” seriously.)

It’s safe to say this is one busy lady! Hardworking and passionate, Sarah is excited to share her love for people and all things public relations, as she joins the team as Moxie’s 2015 Spring intern.


More on Sarah


What do you love? What do you enjoy?

As cliché as it sounds, I love happiness. You could say it’s an addiction. I enjoy living in happy moments, surrounding myself with blissful people and seeking the positive in every situation. I look at life as a blessing. I’m thankful to be where I am and even more thankful to know wherever life takes me, my wonderful friends and family will always support me.

My goal has always been to build a life I don’t need a vacation from. If I’m lucky enough to work with people as friendly as the Moxie family, my life will be a constant fiesta!


What is your favorite food?

ICE CREAM! Just thinking about the frozen deliciousness is making my taste buds go wild. I love all ice cream. Fruity, chocolaty, exotic … you name it, I’ll eat it! The only downside to eating ice cream is that I’m lactose intolerant. Why do I eat it then? In my mind, indulging in heavenly ice cream always outweighs the stomach pains that follows!


What’s at the top of your bucket list?

I’ve always wanted to volunteer for the Peace Corps. If I had it my way, I would have volunteered the second I turned 18. However, volunteering my service for two years was a larger commitment than I was ready to take on at the time. Working with communities on their most pressing issues, while gaining a cross-cultural understanding, has always peaked my interest. Whether when I’m 29 or 89, I hope to one day fulfill my dream of being a Peace Corps volunteer.


What are you most passionate about professionally?

I get a thrill out of overcoming challenges. It’s not just being able to accomplish something, but it’s the experience and knowledge you gain along the way that makes everything much more rewarding. There have been many instances at school and at work where I’ve been faced with a situation that seemed nearly impossible to overcome. With hard work, perseverance, dignity and prayer, I always end up knowing more than I did before!