Sarah Price

Principal, Leadership Consulting

Serving as Principal, based out of New York, Sarah delivers Leadership Consulting engagements across the firm’s three leadership advisory solutions: individual consulting, team effectiveness, and organizational development.

Sarah Price


Sarah brings a passion for the human capital space and a unique blend of strategic thinking, communication expertise, cultural competence, and project management skills derived from her combined experience in marketing and human capital consulting.

Prior to joining DHR, Sarah served as Consulting Development Analyst at Accenture, where she led a talent development initiative to increase engagement among sales employees. Previously, she worked at Madewell, where she drove brand awareness efforts by building an influencer program, developing and executing communication strategies, and orchestrating marketing events across the U.S.

Sarah earned a master’s degree in industrial/organizational psychology from New York University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in international studies from the University of Miami. She holds a Diversity and Inclusion for Organizational Excellence certificate from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

Leadership Consulting

Whether you need to find future CEO candidates or board members, create better teams or coach high-potential talent, we help you create an organization that’s ready to take on high-stakes, high-pressure and high-complexity decisions.
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Individual Consulting

Whether your organization is identifying future C-level and executive candidates, coaching high-potential talent or onboarding key new hires, our team of experienced professionals partner with you to design and deliver pragmatic solutions.
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Team Effectiveness

As organizations increasingly become lean, flat and global and offer highly complex products and services, performance shifts from individuals to teams. One person can't solve today’s business challenges. It requires teams that are dedicated to finding solutions. Research suggests, however, that more than 73% of organizations don't have a formal strategy for developing team effectiveness.
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