A native of Dawson Springs, KY, Sara completed her undergraduate studies at Eastern Kentucky University in 2011 after graduating from Dawson Springs High School in 2007. She obtained her Juris Doctorate degree in May 2014 from Salmon P. Chase College of Law graduating Cum Laude.
Prior to joining Rhoads & Rhoads, P.S.C., Sara worked with the Department of Public Advocacy in Northern Kentucky. She also has significant advocacy experience having been a member of the arbitration, trial advocacy, and moot court teams while at Chase. She was awarded the 2013 Dunn-Gilday Outstanding Advocate Award and the 2014 Frank Allen Fletcher Outstanding Advocate Award.
Sara currently lives in Maceo with her parents, Robert and Tina Martin. She moved to Owensboro to be closer to her family in Daviess County and Ohio County. In her spare time, Sara enjoys spending time with her family, reading, landscaping, and going to Yellow Creek Park.
Salmon P. Chase College of Law J.D.
Eastern Kentucky University B.A.
Kentucky Bar Association
Kentucky Justice Association
Order of Barristers