Sara Hemingway

Sara Hemingway is an Owensboro, KY native who serves as the Executive Director of the Marilyn and William Young Charitable Foundation, a position that she has held for sixteen years. Her past work experiences have included fund raising positions at the Kentucky Center for the Arts in Louisville and Cheekwood Museum of Art and Botanical Garden in Nashville. She holds a degree in Arts Administration from Indiana University and while working in Nashville, she earned a certificate in Non-Profit Management from the Center for Non-Profit Management. In 2013, Sara was privileged to graduate from the Hull Fellowship program, a leadership course of the Southeastern Council of Foundations. Hemingway has participated in both the Leadership Owensboro and Leadership Kentucky programs.

Her professional and volunteer involvement includes currently serving as a Director of the Felix E. Martin Jr. Foundation in Muhlenberg County, serving as a founding Board Member of Impact 100 Owensboro and originator of the Impact 100 Next Generation program and chairing the RiverPark Center’s 25th Anniversary Committee. Previously, Sara has served as a member of the Steering Committee of Grantmakers of Kentucky, the Cultural Review Panel of Owensboro and President of the Junior League of Owensboro.

She and her husband David have three children.