A native Baltimorean and mother of three, Sarah Grasmick brings extensive experience in the non-profit sector as well as a strong work ethic and high level of dedication to every task. After graduating from The College of Charleston in South Carolina in 2006 with a B.A. in Communication, she continued her studies at L’Abri Fellowship in Huemoz, Switzerland located in the heart of the Swiss Alps. Forever drawn to the mountainous regions, Grasmick later relocated to Steamboat Springs, Colorado where she taught as a ski instructor. Published in Baltimore Magazine, she put her freelance writing skills to work as a grant writer at the Living Classrooms Foundation in Washington, DC. An abstract painter and design-enthusiast, Grasmick began staging homes with Poppy Production before pursuing what she believes to be her true calling in real estate. Purpose continues to be found with Frontier Horizon, an organization that finds homes for orphans in the United States, bringing her many times to serve in the Ukraine and Nicaragua. Locally, Grasmick supports Araminta Freedom Initiative, an organization that frees children from trafficking, and has been a proud Chair sponsor of Horizon Day Camp. Grasmick currently resides in Lutherville with her husband, Stephen, and their three children, Kellen, 12, Olivia, 7, and William, 5, who attend Calvert School.