The Fashion Brand with a Heart for Adoption

Bethany Jenkins | February 18, 2016

Sara Brinton is the leader of marketing for Noonday Collection, a socially responsible fashion brand, and believes that entrepreneurship can be a sustainable solution to poverty and injustice. As a writer, adoptive mom, and business leader, Sara is passionate about empowering Christians to make a lasting difference in the world. Outside of work, Sara can be found writing about adoption, riding her bicycle, and exploring her new hometown, Austin, Texas, with her husband and four children.

What do you do everyday?

I wake up early, have a cup of coffee, take my puppy on a walk, and then drive my four kids to school. After another coffee, and maybe a breakfast taco, I head to Noonday Collection’s office to lead the marketing team. At work, I spend a great deal of time collaborating with Noonday’s product, creative, and sales teams to bring stories and campaigns to life.

How did you first get involved with Noonday?

Five years ago, my husband and I were in the process of adopting a child from Uganda when a friend introduced me to Jessica Honegger, a mom from Texas who was in the process of adopting from Rwanda. Jessica had launched an artisan-made jewelry business…

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