Sarah Ramos-Evinger is a director with the Chino Valley Fire District Board of Directors.
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Director Sarah Ramos-Evinger has been a long-time resident of Chino Hills. She has three children; George, Hannah, and Scotty.
Sarah was born in West Covina, California, and attended Glen A. Wilson High School in Hacienda Heights. She has attended Mt. San Antonio College and studied Criminal Law Administration and Business Administration. She has also attended Cosmetology School.
Sarah worked in telecommunications for AT&T wireless for over 13 years. During that time, she managed a national territory and a portfolio of high revenue-generating business accounts, including public affairs and special services for all political/public and municipal clients. Her responsibilities included managing a team of 19 local and remote employees. She left AT&T to spend more time with her family. Sarah currently works in client relations in the field of aesthetics.
Sarah has been involved in many community activities, such as the Spanish Trails Girl Scouts, Chino Hills Little League, AYSO, local Chino Hills Elementary schools, and Townsend Junior High.
Sarah has spent countless hours serving on the Board of Directors for the Fire Foundation for over eight years and has served in the capacity of President and Vice President. She has served as Chair for the Firefighters Fun Muster for six consecutive years. She has also served as Chair and participated on the committees for the Foundation’s Golf Tournament and the Firefighter’s Ball. Sarah has also volunteered her time in many other Fire District programs such as the Spark of Love Toy Drive and the Make a Child Smile Program. In 2005, President Ramos-Evinger received the Fred L. Burns Award. Receiving this award is a reflection of the recipient’s dedication and commitment to fire and life safety education and to the Fire District.
Sarah has also been recognized by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and was presented with a Top Volunteer Award for her dedicated service to the Sheriff’s Department.
In her personal time, Sarah attends Inland Hills Church in Chino Hills. She enjoys spending time with her friends and family, entertaining and cooking, exercising, and outdoor activities.
Chino Valley Fire District
Director Sarah Ramos-Evinger
14011 City Center Drive
Chino Hills, CA 91709