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Life After the Crown is an interview based podcast where 3-Time Emmy winning pageant host Tim Tialdo welcomes former pageant contestants, titleholders and women of influence to share inspiring and real stories about their successful professional and life experiences across many different industries. They also share useful advice on how to make the transition from pageant life to the real world.

May 21, 2019

A Nebraska native, Sarah graduated cum laude from Texas Christian University (AKA TCU) in four years with two degrees while working part-time as a pilates instructor at Tatiana at Lululemon Athletica.

Following graduation, she completed her clinical rotations to become a Certified Child Life Specialist. In addition to...

May 14, 2019

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In this Episode you'll learn:


What it was like to win Miss Universe in 1980 (3:30)

The difference between Miss Universe back then and today (10:05)

The biggest takeaway she learned from her year as Miss Universe (15:38)

Spending time with...

May 7, 2019

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

How she though pageants would help in broadcasting (2:21)
Perceptions of what winning a crown means (5:00)
How being a “pageant girl” on your resume can help in an interview (5:50)
The challenges of being a former pageant girl in the professional work environment (9:20)
How to deal...

Apr 30, 2019

She has graced television screens across the globe as a Sports Reporter and Television Host. Additionally, she has been featured in People Magazine, TIME and was voted one of STUFF Magazine’s 101 Sexiest Women in the World.

Her vibrant and adventurous nature has landed her gigs throughout the world for ESPN, FOX...

Apr 23, 2019

She joined ESPN’s coverage of the Southeastern Conference in 2014 as a reporter on SEC Network and ESPN. She recently signed a multiyear contract extension in the summer of 2018.

She has expanded her portfolio at the network over the past year to include co-hosting Get Up!, regular stints as a SportsCenter anchor and...