Hello Fearess Females! I am pleased to introduce you to our Woman to Watch Wednesday, Sarah Vitek, who has quickly built a successful business from the ground up while still focusing on being a wife and mom to two young kids.

Sarah is the owner and Registered Architect at Locus Design Collaborative, a women owned and operated corporate interior design firm. She is also a LEED Accredited Professional, incorporating sustainability and green design in every project her company takes on. Locus Design works with a wide range of clients including corporate headquarters, retail, medical offices and tech companies. 

Sarah founded Locus Design in 2017 and the firm has been growing in leaps and bounds since its inception, growing from a one person operation to a 10 person all-female staff in just under 4 years.  At Locus Design Collaborative, Sarah strives for a firm with happy employees and a great work-life balance, which is reflected in every project the company takes on.  

Sarah received her B.F.A. in Architecture & Urban Design from New York University.  She has worked in the Fairfield County market more than two decades, with her clients bringing her along as they expand across the globe. Over the years, she has also maintained a relationship with the local community and philanthropic groups, including volunteering with Literacy Volunteers in Stamford, supporting the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women initiative, and belonging to the Fairfield county chapter of Real Estate Divas. 

In her free time away from her company, Sarah can be found at her lake house with her two young kids and husband of 10 years staring up at the stars. To learn more about Locus Design you can visit their website or see more of their work on their Instagram.

Hats off to Sarah for creating a work life balance that we all strive for. A woman who builds a company from the ground up and still takes the time to look up at the stars is definitely a woman to watch!

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