Sarah Dawkins (Muzzy) graduated from the University of Maine in May 2011 with a degree in Chemical Engineering. While at the University of Maine, she was very involved with the Pulp and Paper Foundation, serving as the Executive Board Senior Vice President for two years as well as the President of the Student Chapter of TAPPI/PIMA for two years. She was awarded the PIMA National Student of the Year award in 2010 at PaperCon, and also attended the TAPPI/PIMA Student Summit all four years from 2008-2011. She also was an Undergraduate Research Assistant in the Forest Bioproducts Research Institute (FBRI) for four years working on a project to create lignin based carbon nano-fibers. While completing her degree, Sarah worked as part of the Co-op Program at Sappi Fine Paper in Westbrook, Maine as a Process Engineer. After graduating in May 2011, Sarah went to work for Nalco Company as part of their inaugural class of Accelerated Sales Engineers. Upon completing the Accelerated Sales Engineering Program, Sarah was moved to Anderson, SC for a District Sales Representative position. Sarah spent a year in the field as a District Sales Representative for Nalco before joining the O’Neal Inc. team. After three and a half years in design with O'Neal, Sarah Dawkins returned to sales with Solenis in Anderson, SC.