Sarah Lamb serves as a Vice President of Brokerage at The Retail Connection (“TRC”). Since joining TRC, Sarah has specialized in leasing high-profile urban core real estate, along with tenant representation and project leasing. She has also collaborated nationally with JCPenney (“JCP”), assessing their excess real estate for development opportunities. Her work with JCP has earned her multiple high-profile listings with stores across the State of Texas.
Sarah graduated from San Francisco State University with a business degree. Prior to TRC, she worked for a private investment and property management company, where she managed all aspects of rental property asset acquisition, management, and cash flow. During her time there, she assisted with digital marketing, promotion, and listing management for tenant acquisitions. She also ensured all tenant improvement actions were up to code and registered to meet all of the City of Dallas’ requirements.
Outside of TRC, Sarah is heavily involved in local politics. She was the 2022 Repulican nominee for Texas House District 114 and ran for Dallas City Council, District- 9 in May of 2019. That same year she was also appointed as a Board Member to the Zoning Board of Adjustment for the City of Dallas.
Sarah also volunteers her time to several organizations. She currently serves as the 2nd Vice President of the Board of Directors and Chair of the Development Committee for Bryan’s House, a wonderful local non-profit organization whose mission is to change the trajectory of our most vulnerable children. She is also actively involved in Deals in Heels, Innovating Commerce Serving Communities [ICSC], and The Real Estate Council [TREC]. Sarah serves on TREC’s Public Policy Committee, PAC Board, and ALC Class of 2022. She also serves on the Board of Directors for Park Cities Republican Women [PCRW] and is part of American Enterprise Institute [AEI] for Public Policy’s Leadership Cohort.
When she’s not making a difference in her community, Sarah enjoys spending time with her family and two wonderful children, Henry and Poppy.