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The Orlando Ballet has selected associate Sarah Guo for its inaugural Ambassador of the Year award given her exemplary commitment as a member of the Orlando Ballet Ambassadors program.
The Orlando Ballet Ambassadors program was created in 2018 to encourage young professionals’ involvement with the Ballet through community volunteer opportunities, social events with the company dancers, and promotional events. Guo's dedication to the Orlando Ballet, however, began when she took ballet classes from the Orlando Ballet as a child and attended performances whenever she could growing up.
"The Ambassadors Program was a natural fit and has been a great way to get involved in the Orlando Ballet and promote the arts in Central Florida when I moved back to Orlando," Guo said. "I am personally excited to stay involved with the Orlando Ballet and to further Nelson Mullins' commitment to the arts and local organizations."
As an Ambassador, Guo says she is proud to be plugged into a community that cares about the arts. "I like the people the most: everyone from the board members to the dancers to the staff and volunteers all have a clear interest in helping the Ballet grow, which is inspirational to see and be part of," she said. "Everyone is has been so gracious and kind, which makes involvement a lot easier and more fun."
Guo focuses her practice on construction law and litigation. She is a board member of the Greater Orlando Asian American Bar Association and a member of the Orange County Bar Association.
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