Sarah Varley - Manifest Communications
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New Dec12 2016_Sarah


Vice President

“It’s easier to build strong children than repair broken men.”

— Frederick Douglass


Honours Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, York University


Vice President. I’m responsible for helping drive new business and manage various client relationships. My goal is always to make my clients feel like I’m a member of their team, not just an external supplier. On the home front, I want to make sure we have the right processes in place, and that they work for our staff; that new recruits are properly welcomed and current staff are properly mentored; and that everyone feels like they belong to and are contributing to a winning team.


My willingness to say the outrageous. It allows me to cut through the clutter and the nonsense and get to the truth. After all, the truth helps us move past our grievances and toward solutions.


What’s on your desk?

The usual items, notebook, pen, file folders, laptop. And one thing I cannot live without – a bar of Lindt Chili Dark Chocolate. One square after every meal is the ultimate satiate.

Most used file/application

In business, Outlook for sure – it’s far too easy to get distracted by other people’s needs of me. In life, Twitter – but only as a voyeur.

What’s on your nightstand?

My question a day 5 year journal. One photo each of my two best friends. And whatever book(s) I’m currently reading.

Favourite Food

I could not live without cheese

Favourite Film

Some Like It Hot

Favourite Album

Abba Gold. Seriously folks, admit it, we all just can’t help tapping our feet and singing along.