Quick on her feet
Don’t let that need to relax and shut off her brain fool you, though, as Seebran is known by her peers for being active and sharp.
“I always admire Sarah’s common-sense approach to keeping projects moving in a positive direction. She’s got a million balls being thrown in her direction on any given day, but she is outstanding at prioritizing and, in effect, knocking those balls out of the park. She’s smart, and she gets results,” said Wendy Brannen, executive director of the Vidalia Onion Committee.
As a female member of the younger generation in the produce industry, Seebran has noticed a need to connect with others in her field.
“There are a small but growing number of women in the industry. We shouldn’t be insecure or competitive about our roles but supportive to one another’s development. We need to prioritize the time to develop these relationships with one another because together we can accomplish so much more than we could apart,” Seebran said.