Co-Founder & Board Member
Upon graduating college she started a computer software company. After growing her business from 5 employees to 150, she sold her book of business to Intuit in 2008.
Sarah loves caring for people and also loves sales. As the next chapter of life unfolded, she decided to pursue a career in medical device sales. Sarah has held multiple jobs in medical device sales since 2009, educating doctors on how to use devices in the operating room. She has experience in neuro, spine, heart, and orthopedics working for Biomet, Dynasplint, and Vein Clinics America.
Sarah has volunteered her time with Big Brothers Big Sister, but her personal favorite organization to volunteer for is the Rock Babies program at various hospitals.
She is married to Adaptive Training Foundation founder, David Vobora, and they have two daughters. Their family resides in Dallas, TX where they own Performance Vault, a for-profit elite training center for athletes.
Sarah’s family has a history of military service. One uncle was in the Navy, another a Marine, as well as a grandfather who served in the Army.
Sarah’s strong faith in God and the belief in serving people aligns well with the mission of ATF.