Sarah Herrin


Sarah Herrin joined the East Foundation as an Educator in December of 2020. She is responsible for delivering natural resource education to the communities of South Texas.

Sarah earned her Bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Management from Tarleton State University in December 2014. While attending Tarleton, Sarah was active in the TSU Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society and attended a deer capture on the East Foundation’s San Antonio Viejo Ranch.

Prior to working at the Foundation, Sarah served as the Assistant Manager at Bear Creek Ranch located in Patillo, Texas where she was responsible for the care and management of the white-tailed deer population. She also worked as the Administrative Assistant for the Texas Youth Hunting Program through the Texas Wildlife Association.

Sarah resides on the San Antonio Viejo Ranch with her husband, Zane. She enjoys photography, baking, and being outdoors.