Sarah Fearon is an Irish New Yorker, a graduate of New York University and the High School of Performing Arts. Her paternal grandparents came to New York by way of Dumintee, County Armagh. Her maternal great-great-grandparents came to New York by way of Boherbue, County Cork.
Sarah has been with The Corcoran Group real estate firm for 12 years. She has been a repeat member of Corcoran’s Multi-Million Dollar Sales Club, has ranked top 25 in the company and top 500 in Corcoran’s parent company, National Realty Trust. She has been featured in The New York Times “Big Ticket” column as well as Cory Kilgannon’s Character Study “Selling Properties and Punchlines.” Staying connected to her Irish roots through the arts, she has performed in Ireland’s Electric Picnic in Co. Laois with members of the Irish American Writers and Artists for which she is a board member. She has participated in the 1st Irish Festival, performed at the inaugural IrishCentral Creativity & Arts Awards at the American Irish Historical Society and several programs with the Rockaway Artists Alliance. ♦