About Sara Carruthers
Sara Carruthers attended Miami with the Class of 1986. As a student, she was a member of Delta Zeta sorority. Sara’s foresight and generosity made the Women of Achievement rooms at the Delta Zeta Historical Museum a reality. She served as National Social Chairman for the Sorority and Trustee on the Delta Zeta Foundation Board. She was a White House Press assistant during the Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush administrations.
Sara is also an active philanthropist with involvement in a number of charitable causes. She serves on the boards of the Michael Feinstein Foundation, the Hamilton Community Foundation and P.E.O. (Philanthropic Educational Organization) International. She has also been involved with the Aronoff Center for the Arts, the Hamilton (Ohio) Garden Club and the Butler County (Ohio) Republican Party.
Along with her interest in philanthropy, Sara has a passion for theater. She has been recognized with three prestigious Orchid Awards from the Association of Community Theatres of Greater Cincinnati (ACT) for her excellence in acting. She also actively supports the Mad Anthony Theatre Company. In 2009, Sara, with her father Pat and her late mother, Donna, received the Scripps-Corbett Award in the Arts Supporter category for making a significant difference in the arts through their personal support.