Inspire – Women of Dartmouth Stories

Location, Location, Location

Entrusted with the health and safety of scores of people at the age of 21, it’s hard to imagine the next step on a linear path to success. Sarah McAlister Woelfle ’96, took a number of different steps from non-profit to corporate to an unexpected career in real estate nearly where she started. Find out how the winding path just might bring you home.

Shared with permission from Lesley Rowley and the Roads Taken podcast. 

Click below to listen to McAlister Woelfe’s episode.

 

EPISODE NOTES

Guest Sarah McAlister Woelfle, Dartmouth ’96, began her post-college life as the first female team manager for the global pediatric health non-profit Operation Smile. Entrusted with the health and safety of scores of people at the age of 21 and seemingly living and breathing the work ’round the clock, she realized that—while she had gotten so much from the experience—she had given a lot, too.

Recalibrating, she thought the corporate world would give her the international lifestyle she craved. But after business school, she found that the mountains in her native Colorado held an unexpected career in real estate and the lifestyle that fit with who she’d been all along.

As they say in real estate: It’s all about location, location, location.  In this episode, find out from Sarah how the winding path just might bring you home…on ROADS TAKEN…with Leslie Jennings Rowley

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