MGAC is thrilled to welcome Sarah Eynon to the team as a Vice President. Sarah comes to MGAC with a wealth of experience—after receiving her Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology, she spent six years as Senior Consultant for Navigant Consulting, Inc. She entered the construction industry in 2012, where she spent five years as Project Manager for McCullough Construction & Residential LLC before transitioning to Project Manager at The Donohoe Companies for another three years.
As a Vice President in our Washington DC office, Sarah is responsible for managing multiple projects, as well as a team of project managers, while acting as the lead engagement manager for MGAC to large clients and other design and construction professionals in the Baltimore, Maryland and Washington DC regions.
“Early in my career, I was drawn to the architecture and engineering that goes into a building, followed by the tangibility of a project taking shape. I love being a part of the process that changes communities for the better,” says Sarah. “I am so excited to be a part of the innovative and versatile firm that is MGAC, and I am eager to continue contributing to this company’s unique culture and vision.”
“Sarah comes to the firm with invaluable experience and a drive to overcome challenges, and we could not be happier to welcome her to the team,” says Ashley O’Connor, Managing Director. “We have no doubt she will be an asset to our DC office and beyond.”
Sarah is OSHA-10 certified and belongs to CREWBaltimore, a business organization that promotes the business interests and professional advancement of women in all disciplines of the commercial real estate industry. She is an American Red Cross First Responder, and when she is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and finding new ways to be active. Her favorite quote comes from writer and philosopher Paulo Coelho, and perfectly describes her work ethic: “When we strive to become better than we are, everything around us becomes better, too.”