Sarah Pollo Moo is the owner of Pollo Communications, Inc. Prior to creating her public relations firm, Sarah served as a communications correspondent for Former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Field Representative for Former Assemblymember Roger Niello and as an Account Supervisor at two high profile public relations firms in Downtown Sacramento.
Sarah currently serves as an Appointee of Councilmember Eric Guerra on the Sacramento Metropolitan Cable Television Commission where she has led two expansive funding efforts for Access Sacramento, Sacramento’s public access channel, and the Atrium 916 local artist funding proposal in response to COVID-19. She also volunteers her time with the National Psoriasis Foundation advocating for others suffering from this lifelong autoimmune disorder.
She is a member of the Public Relations Society of America’s Capitol Chapter and a lifetime Emeritus Board Member for Sacramento State’s Policy & Politics Alumni Association chapter. Sarah is a member of Capitol Public Radio’s Marketing Committee, Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, East Sacramento Chamber of Commerce, East Sacramento Women’s Club and Sacramento Press Club.
Pollo Communications is proudly a Sustaining Partner for the Sacramento SPCA.
In 2018 Sarah was awarded Sacramento Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 recognition, which honors 40 individuals under 40 for their outstanding professional accomplishments and community involvement. She is also an alumna of the Sacramento Chamber Foundation’s Leadership Sacramento Class of 2020. Founded in 1985, Leadership Sacramento is a year-long interactive program that provides a behind-the-scenes view of the issues that impact the region’s economy. The goal of the program is to develop community-minded business and civic leaders of tomorrow.
Pollo Communications was recently featured in Comstock’s Magazine addressing how younger business owners responded to the pandemic and in Sacramento Magazine for a "Women Who Mean Business" feature for their January 2022 issue.
Sarah holds a bachelor’s degree in government-journalism and a master’s degrees in government from Sacramento State University.