Sarah is the administrator of howardashman.com, a website celebrating the life and work of her late brother, the lyricist and director Howard Ashman.
She worked for many years as a talent representative, specializing in comics and humor. She was Vice President and Director of Comic Arts for United Feature Syndicate/Newspaper Enterprise Association where she successfully acquired and developed Scott Adam's Dilbert and other comics for newspaper syndication. At UFS/NEA she also edited Charles Shulz's Peanuts and Jim Davis' Garfield among scores of others, and a biography of Charles Schulz called Good Grief. She also collaborated with Nancy Parent on Meditations for Toddlers Who Do Too Much (Andrews and McMeel, 1996). Sarah is working on a masters degree in childhood development at Sarah Lawrence.