We Love What We Do

Sarah & Company Communications works with organizations focused on empowering communities and people. Our clients include First Nations, governments, government agencies, community and economic development organizations, and businesses that genuinely care for the communities and people they work with and for.

We help you improve the lives of the people you serve by building trust and confidence through simple yet powerful language, and integrated communications strategies and systems. We help you connect with and engage your people..

We Believe

We believe good communications has the power to change the world. By communicating complicated ideas simply, we believe you can open people’s hearts and minds to new ways of thinking and feeling, ultimately inspiring them to do good things for themselves, their community and the world.

Respect

Everyone has their own experiences, stories and beliefs. And everyone deserves compassion and respect.

Risk

Get out of your comfort zone. Go on adventures. Take risks. Nothing is guaranteed and life would be boring if it was. See failures and challenges as a chance to learn and grow.

Curiosity

Approach the world with curiosity, and an open heart and mind. Ask lots of questions. Listen.

Honesty

Be honest with yourself and with others. Speak your truth. Act your truth. Say what you mean. And mean what you say. Be who you are, not who you think you should be.

Keep It Simple. Make it Strategic.

We want you to sound good, look good and stress less. We want your day to flow, your communications to be powerful, and your messaging and materials to be on point, so the people you serve can benefit from all the great things you do.

Please. Invest in your communications. Let us support you, or teach you best practices for how to communicate complicated ideas and issues simply and effectively.

We guarantee that better communications will improve your life and the lives of the people you serve. 

Kind Words

  • Sarah Artis’ work has consistently exceeded my expectations.

    Sarah is a skilled communicator who makes public relations accessible and easy to understand for her clients. Strategic and creative, she has a natural ability to create compelling content with ease and flair.

    Sarah’s organized and proactive approach to her work makes her easy to work with and very reliable. And background in journalism is evident in her curiosity, ability to write for virtually any audience and underscores her easygoing, yet professional, personality.

    Sarah Zimmerman
    Director, Communications & Public Relations, Coast Mountain College
  • The City of Terrace has utilized Sarah & Company Communications on a variety of projects. Sarah brings a wide ranging skill set: editing, writing, photography and document layout, which has eliminated the need to bring in multiple consultants.

    Sarah’s attention to detail and creativity has helped transform our local government documents from difficult to read and bland, into eye-catching and professional pieces of work. Sarah is efficient, flexible, easy to work with – and local! – and I would highly recommend her to other public organizations.

    Tara Irwin
    City Planner, City of Terrace
  • Sarah’s attention to detail and commitment to SNCIRE’s goals have been essential to the success of the Northwest Innovation Challenge for the past three years. I would not hesitate to recommend her to others in need of communication services.

    Rick Brouwer
    SNCIRE Executive Director
  • Sarah is efficient, organized, clear in all communications, able to work independently, detail-oriented, and a highly skilled writer and editor. Sarah Artis helped pull together a complex, multilayered oral history project for Heritage Park Museum.

    The project was overwhelming and very complicated and Sarah helped us to polish the interviews for publication, keeping the interview participants happy with how articulate and intelligent they sounded, while also managing to preserve their words for the historical record. We were lucky to have her knowledge and diverse skillset on the project, which is now—thanks to Sarah’s editing skills—a published book!

    Kelsey Wiebe
    Heritage Park Museum Curator