Who is Sarah?

Sarah Carmona Zink is a highly successful Real Estate Broker and Business Owner – one who takes pride in her Family, Friends, and Professional Relationships. As a graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno with a Bachelor of Science in Economics, she provides her team with knowledge of forecasting and trends in the local market. The awards she’s received can’t encompass the heart she puts into every group, cause, and effort she’s involved in, but there’s definitely a list worth recognizing.

In 2016, she received the prestigious Young Professionals Network’s Twenty Under 40 Award! This recognizes twenty outstanding individuals under the age of 40 in the Reno-Tahoe area for their professional, philanthropic, and leadership success in the local community.  She was chosen as an outstanding leader in the community for her leadership qualities, personal achievements, and involvement in local communities.

Also, in 2016 and 2018, she was recognized as the leader of the #4 Latino Millennial Team in the Nation by the National Association of Hispanic Realtors. NAHREP also recognized her as a member of the top 250 Latino Agents in the Nation in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018.  In 2018, her team was awarded #26 Latino Real Estate Team by Volume Sold in 2017.

The National Association of Women Real Estate Brokers (NAWRB) also awarded her the Gatsby Award: Awarded to the woman who is on the rise, and whose cunning skills and business savvy has put her on the fast track to success.

Although she specializes in real estate, Sarah has shown her heart for her community.  She is on the Board of Directors for Reno-Tahoe Young Professional’s Network and is the co-chair the Twenty Under 40 committee.  She is currently the youngest member of the Renown Health Foundation Board of Directors; this board raises funds to purchase state-of-the art equipment, develop facilities, conduct research, offer community health programs, and provide educational training for healthcare professionals.  Finally, but most importantly she is the Co-Founder of her own 501 3 (c) the Dreams Foundation, Inc., that has donated close to $500,000.00 to since its creation in 2012.