Sarah Warrington has been a part of the Alaskan skating community for close to twenty-five years. She is the daughter of veteran Alaska figure skating coach, Lisa Henry, who has coached several successful AAFS competitive skaters over the years. Sarah has been coaching intermittently since 2001. Sarah competed competitively for several years and passed her Senior level tests in 2003. She was a member of the US National Figure Skating team and competed at the regional, sectional, national, and international level. Sarah won the bronze medal at the North American Challenge international competition in 2002 and was selected as a scholarship recipient and member of the State Farm and US Figure Skating Scholastic Honors Team in 2005. Her favorite elements to perform were the triple Salchow and footwork step sequence. Sarah’s favorite aspects of teaching are connecting with young skaters and picking up on their preferred learning styles. She enjoys teaching jump timing and technique as well as edge quality. In 2015, she was elected Treasurer for the Board of Directors for the Alaska Association of Figure Skaters and currently holds that role. She holds multiple degrees, including an MBA, and works at Cook Inlet Region, Inc. Sarah enjoys the sunshine, running, hiking, spending time with family, and travelling with her husband. Sarah credits her love of skating to her mother, Lisa.