Sarah Hallmark is the Assistant Director of Project Horseshoe Farm. Sarah has been instrumental to the development of Project Horseshoe Farm from its earliest stages, including serving as Board member for 11 years.
Sarah began her career as a psychiatric social worker at Northport Medical Center and then with the Geriatric Department of the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) Center for Psychiatric Medicine. After returning home to the Black Belt, she helped develop a new geriatric psychiatry program at Bryan Whitfield Memorial Hospital in Demopolis, Alabama. She spent 13 years as the lead social worker in the program prior to joining Horseshoe Farm as the Assistant Director.
Sarah was born and raised in Demopolis, Alabama. She received her B.A. in Business Administration from Mary Baldwin College and her Master of Social Work from the University of Alabama. She is actively involved with the community including in her roles as the Chairman of the Demopolis Historic Preservation Commission, Board Member of the Alabama Black Belt Foundation, President of Demopolis City Schools Foundation board, and member of the Marengo County Historical Society and the Two Rivers Arts Council. She also serves on the Quality Assurance Committee of the Marengo County Department of Human Resources and is a member of Class XXIII of Leadership Alabama.
Sarah and her husband Luke live in Demopolis with their son, Parker. Sarah attends and is an active member of Trinity Episcopal Church in Demopolis.