Sarah Hoit is a social entrepreneur, executive, and consultant. In both the private and public sectors, she has founded, led, and served organizations that deliver meaningful social impact.
Currently, Sarah is the chairman of Social Impact Partners, bringing together a consortium of public and private leaders committed to combatting Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative conditions and promoting solutions for brain health and longevity. She is also the founding member of a firm, Every Day Matters, an organization focused on bringing products and services to the market that promote brain health, food as medicine, and longevity. Sarah also works in partnership with the Future Commerce Initiative and to deliver health strategy, leadership development, senior living, and retail health programming to leading organizations worldwide.
Sarah was previously the chief social impact officer for BioVie, Inc., an innovative pharmaceutical company that, through people-centered science, creates groundbreaking innovations to combat diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. From 2007 to 2021, she was the co-founding CEO and chair of Connected Living, Inc., a technology company created to connect an aging population. Connected Living created an accessible, digital, virtual social network for seniors and senior living communities. The network provides a high-tech and high-touch way for seniors and families to connect, access goods and services, and enhance quality of life. The company now serves more than 2000 senior living communities across the United States. During the Covid pandemic, the company became an essential service. In 2021,
Sarah successfully orchestrated the sale of Connected Living to Omega Healthcare Investors. Previously, she was the founding CEO and Chair of Explore, Inc., a technology and services
education company that elevated elementary and middle school students academically and socially through the integration of experiential learning, homework support and skill lessons, physical education, and community service. Earlier, she served as the director of business planning in the White House Office of National Service and as deputy director of AmeriCorps, where she was a senior leader of the national service program that has enabled more than one million youth to serve their country.
Sarah holds a BA with honors from Dartmouth College and an MBA from Harvard Business School, where she was awarded a public service fellowship. She has been a guest lecturer on social entrepreneurism at HBS and Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, is a strategic adviser to C-Street Advisory Group, and serves on the nonprofit boards of CaringKind, Dementia Friendly America , and Tenacity. She actively serves as chair of Argentum’s Women in Leadership committee, which launched the industry’s first mentorship match program in 2022.