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Tilson Tuesdays, Sarah Schaeffer

Leading up to Tilson’s 28th anniversary in July, we’re showcasing some of our longer-tenured team members with our weekly Tilson Tuesdays employee spotlight. This week, meet Sarah Schaeffer!

Sarah is approaching her sixth year with Tilson and is a Project Manager for an outside plant (OSP) construction build in the Northeast. Working remotely out of Maine, Sarah is responsible for overseeing and directing the design and construction of large-scale fiber network projects, bringing high-speed internet to homes and businesses in the New England area.

Sarah appreciates the growth provided by her work, citing one of the more challenging projects as her favorite. It required both designing from scratch and constructing a fully operational fiber network covering 100 miles in just 100 days. It was a success, thanks to the hard work and skills of Sarah and her team.

“The teams I work with and have worked with have all been incredibly talented and make coming to work a pleasure,” Sarah said. “Tilson has allowed me to grow professionally doing something that I love.”

In her free time, Sarah loves to stay busy with her 8-year-old son and 6-year-old twin girls. Their family has a Great Dane named Simon, whose favorite toy is a very loud rubber chicken (which may or may not be heard in the background of the occasional virtual team meeting). Sarah also enjoys going to concerts, going out to eat, hitting the gym, or tackling new DIY home projects.

Fun fact: Sarah is a vegetarian and has been for over 18 years.

We love having you on the team, Sarah, and are so thankful for everything you bring to Tilson!

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