Sarah Bella first fell in love with politics and public relations in 1991, when she was just 12 years old. That year, she joined the campaign of Michael Capuano (D-MA) when he was running for mayor in her hometown of Somerville, Massachusetts. Starting as a neighborhood canvasser, she eventually went on to become an organizer for many other campaigns, including the lieutenant gubernatorial run of Dorothy Kelly Gay in Massachusetts and the presidential run of John Kerry with the New Hampshire Democratic Party.
Sarah worked with the Young Democrats of America shortly after moving to Orange County, California in 2005. With a background in scholastic journalism, she later went to work on political blogs as a writer, editor, and primary web designer. She is currently a registered undeclared voter, a libertarian socialist, and a left-leaning radical centrist.
Sarah spent most of the aughts and early twenty-teens developing her skills in blogging, web development, and many facets of media production, working for private clients. In 2014, she returned to public development with World Wide Motion Pictures Corporation, leading a team that entirely re-developed its niche film platform IndieMovieStore.com from the ground up.
Sarah holds a B.S. in marketing with a minor in communications from Southern New Hampshire University.