Sarah Flohr is a MS warrior who has been fighting MS since 2014. Even before she was diagnosed, Sarah had been well aware of the devastating impacts of MS. Her mother is also a MS warrior, living with progressive MS, and Sarah has seen first-hand her drastic decline over the past 20+ years.
Sarah is an avid volunteer with the MS Society of Atlantic Canada, having been a board member, a MS walk organizer, and a MS research community representative.
Sarah graduated from the University of Prince Edward Island and now works with Invesco in Charlottetown, PEI. In 2019, she was awarded the inaugural recipient of the Anne Marie D'Amico Award for her volunteer work. In 2020, she was chosen for the Women's Bond Club Rising Star program which honours women leaders in the financial services industry.
Sarah lives with her partner Chelsey Rogerson and their two west highland white terriers, Winston and Lola.