Sarah Strackhouse grew up in north-central New Jersey and went to The Pingry High School. She then went to Lehigh University to play D1 soccer and eventually semi-pro for a bit. She quickly caught the news bug when she started an internship for NY1 News in New York City during her junior year of college. Upon graduation, she worked for Fox Business as a graphic designer and concurrently as a photojournalist for NY1 News where she was honored for her footage of Hurricane Sandy on CNN and NY1’s "New Yorker of the Week”.
In the summer of 2013, Sarah moved to West Texas for a reporting job for a CBS affiliate, where she gained experience live in the field with a focus on Oil & Gas, and was honored in the Emmys for her coverage of the Orla gas explosion. Three years later, she became a morning anchor in North Texas for NBC 10 where she started a political segment during the 2016 race for the Oval Office. After a year there, she joined the CW33 team in Dallas as a nightside reporter back in the field.
At the end of 2017, Real News Public Relations reached out with an opportunity she couldn’t pass up! She then became a Digital Correspondent for Real News Communications Network (RNCN), still putting together news style stories and going live with experts depending on the local and national news of the day - as well as a Digital Content Manager of RNCN. She then created her own Digital TV Show called, The Strackhouse.
Since then, the show has morphed into The Right to Inspire and has been picked up by the Right Side Broadcasting Network. In August of 2021, she decided to leave the RNPR team and work full-time on her show and other contract projects. Interested in what she's working on? Visit Thestrackhouse.com or the "services" page above!
A little bit about me: I love photography, videography, graphic design, reading, and eating cheese! I love being outdoors, playing sports, race running, doing MMA, and I'm an ISSA certified personal trainer and nutritionist and do training for Camp Gladiator. I live with my husband, our son, and two fur babies, a lab/pointer mix named Chubbs and a Bernese Mountain Dog named King. I can’t walk down the street without stopping to pet a dog and have a passion for trying new recipes in the kitchen.