• Canal Winchester, OH

Sarah Collins



Bachelor of Science in Business Administration 

2014 - 2018
The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business
  • GPA 4.0/4.0
  • Finance Specialization
  • Fisher Direct    
  • Leadership Studies Minor                                                                                                                                                 

High School Diploma

2010 - 2014
Canal Winchester High School
  • GPA 4.0/4.0  
  • Honors Diploma      
  • National Honors Society        
  • AP Scholar    
  • Cross Country Captain 4 year Varsity                
  •  OHSAA Scholar Athlete Award

Work History

Work History


2014 - Present
The Home Depot

Processed credit card, cash, and check payments; opened up consumer credit card accounts; prevented fraud; trained other cashiers; maintained knowledge of store inventory; responded to customer complaints and resolved them; earned a Homer Award for outstanding customer service


2013 - 2014

Gained customer service experience and problem solving skills through assisting customers and coordinating the restaurant



Students Consulting for Non-Profit Organizations

2015 - Present
Consultant for Lutheran Social Services

Strategic consulting and completion of deliverables

  • Designed and implemented a centralized tracking infrastructure for all in-kind donations
  • Created an electronic donor form for all five sites to ensure tracking visibility
  • Reevaluated the in-kind donation cost system
  • Researched and constructed one page document that highlights appropriate donations for various sites

Risk Management Association

2014 - Present
Co-Founder, Vice President of Public Relations
  • Established RMA by drafting the constitution and gaining recognition from the Fisher College of Business
  • Formed a relationship with the Fisher Risk Institute and Fisher MBA students
  • Plan and implement events regarding Finance and Risk through guest speakers and case studies

Mount Leadership Society

2014 - Present
  • Committed to over 75 hours of community service
  • Engaged in quarterly current event discussions with faculty
  • Attended bi-weekly meetings, two retreats, and leadership month events
  • Created and planned service project for the Ethiopian Tewahedo Social Services
  • Recruited prospective students to join the Mount Leadership Society
  • Cultivated leadership skills and civic participation