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Sarah Beppu is the proud mom of 3 children and 1 rescue pup. She is a 1996 Kamehameha Schools graduate who received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Mount Saint Mary’s College. There she also helped to co-found their Hawaiian Club.  She has been a nurse for 22 years and works as a Quality Management Coordinator in healthcare. When she isn’t volunteering she enjoys hiking with her fiancé and children. Sarah believes music is the language of the soul and loves musicals and uses dancing as another outlet to stay healthy.


As a way to cope with the sudden death of her husband in 2017, Sarah authored a blog titled, “My Life in a Snow Globe” which has over 20,000 views. The blog talks about navigating life after loss and the power of resilience. Her passion is advocating for others and helping them find their voice.

Becoming Ms. American Scholar is such a proud title for Sarah because she firmly believes in all that B.R.A.V.E. stands for. Growing up she experienced bullying that led to eating disorders and thoughts of self-harm. When her child experienced bullying it became her mission that each person embrace what makes each of us unique and stop bullying. One voice can start change, together we can make it happen.

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