Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Sari Earl came to Atlanta to attend Emory Law School where she received her Masters at Laws in Taxation. She went on to work for Delta Air Lines and a premier tax advocacy trade organization.
Passion for writing inspired Sari to shift careers and she has since published ten books (seven books of fiction with Avon/HarperCollins of historical fiction and three non-fiction books for a younger audience). She’s also written several articles as well as content for the screen.
Sari is a community volunteer and serves in a leadership capacity with several organizations which address issues that, among other things, includes: improving accessibility and inclusiveness for people living with ability challenges, increasing access to quality mental health care, promoting women’s rights, safeguarding human rights, encouraging pluralism and democracy and combating hate.
Sari is married to a Southern gentleman and has two children.