Sari Earl worked as a tax attorney for Delta and a premier tax advocacy trade organization before becoming a published writer. She served as Vice President of Community of Temple Sinai for two years, overseeing efforts including: combating homelessness (Family Promise), improving mental health (Nefesh), combating hunger and other community engagement connections. She has served on Temple Sinai’s Board as well as on the Executive Committee, Teen Committee. She led the Berman Leadership Program, Atidaynu, for many years.
Sari is a founding Co-chair of the Hineini Committee promoting Accessibility and Inclusivity at Sinai. She helps identify, plan and design accessibility improvements at Sinai, is involved with Board sensitivity training, youth sensitivity training and overall improvements to accessibility. She received the inaugural President’s Award at Temple Sinai and received The Power of One Award from Atlanta’s Jewish Abilities Alliance for efforts to transform Jewish life in Atlanta into an inclusive environment that celebrates diversity and the uniqueness of all its members.
Sari is a founding member of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival Board of Directors and serves on the Board’s Development Committee. She co-chaired the Community Engagement Committee and continues to serve on Community Engagement, Guest Programming and Steering Committees.
Sari serves as Vice President of Film of the American Jewish Committee of Atlanta. Her efforts include: Muslim-Jewish Dialogue, India-Jewish programs, interfaith programs and Diplomatic Marathons. As VP of Leadership, Sari oversaw The Berman Leadership Program and New Board Member Orientations. At AJC National, Sari participated in The Comay Fellowship for two years and served on the National Leadership Engagement Committee.
Sari serves on the Executive Committee and Co-chairs The Class of 2022 of The Kenyon College Parents Advisory Council. She also serves on the Bowdoin College Parents Executive Committee.