Sarah Lamb serves as an Associate in Brokerage at The Retail Connection, where her focus is tenant and landlord representation.
Before joining The Retail Connection, Sarah worked for a private family-owned investment property management and acquisition company, where she managed all aspects of rental property asset acquisition, management, and cash flow. During her role, she assisted with marketing and promotion for tenant acquisition that included digital marketing and listing management. She would also ensure all tenant improvement actions were done to code and registered to meet all of the City of Dallas requirements.
Sarah graduated from San Francisco State University, earning her business degree. During her time there, she led public engagements that helped build stronger communities by using her work skills and professional experience.
Outside of TRC, Sarah 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, by Councilmember Paula Blackmon.
She serves as the 2nd Vice President of the Board Director’s for Bryan’s House, a wonderful Dallas based Non-Profit whose mission is to change the trajectory of our most vulnerable children. Also serves as the Chair of the Development Committee for Bryan’s House. In addition, Sarah is actively involved in Deals in Heels, Innovating Commerce Serving Communities [ICSC], and The Real Estate Council [TREC]. She’s currently serving on TREC’s Public Policy Committee and TREC’s PAC Board.
Since joining The Retail Connection, 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 assessing their excess real estate for development opportunities. Her work with JCP has earned her multiple high-profile listings with Dillard’s across the State of Texas.
When she’s not making a difference for her community, Sarah enjoys spending time with her family and two wonderful children, Henry and Poppy.