Sarah Teeters began her career with the Office for Aging & Disabled Citizens for Louisville Metro Government in February 2016. In her role, Sarah focuses on providing leadership to and participating in community activities, advocating for rights, policies and funding that can enhance the lives and independence of older adults and individuals with disabilities.
Sarah actively participates community initiatives, including TRIAD, AARP’s Age Friendly City, the Mayor’s ADA Roundtable, KIPDA’s Aging and Disability Advisory Council, Regional Mobility Council, Mental Health and Aging Coalition, Americorp’s Senior Advisory Board, and the local Elder Abuse Coordinating Committee to sustain and improve services to citizens and/or their care partners.
Sarah graduated from Indiana State University with a degree in Health & Human performance. She took special interest in Aging Studies when she became a family caregiver for her grandfather who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease while she was attending school. Her entire career this far has been dedicated to serving older adults and persons with both cognitive and physical disabilities to improve their quality of life.