Sarah Rolph is a longtime business writer. She wrote her first feature in 1974 and has been a storyteller ever since. Sarah spent the first two decades of her career helping technology firms tell their stories to the marketplace. She led corporate communications teams at MITRE, ONTOS, and iLogix, gaining project management skills for bringing projects in on time, on budget, and according to client expectations.

Sarah also has market research experience, and particularly enjoys research design and analysis. As an account manager at Prognostics, she sold, managed, and analyzed the data for customer experience research projects, presenting the results—along with her recommendations for business improvement—to top management.

Sarah also writes narrative nonfiction. Her current book, published in 2006 by Tilbury House, is A1 Diner: Real Food, Recipes, and Recollections. The book is a cultural and culinary history of the diner and those who have loved it for over 60 years.

Her upcoming book, The Taking of Drakes Bay Oyster Farm, tells the story of Kevin Lunny, a third-generation Point Reyes, California rancher who rescued his community's historic oyster farm only to have it unjustly shut down by the National Park Service. Sarah was part of the volunteer support team that tried to save the farm.