Sarah Zarling, MBA

Prior to joining the Behavior Change Institute’s clinical support team in June of 2015, Sarah worked in the proprietary education industry providing administrative and career services to students starting their careers in a wide variety of industries, including nursing, medical billing/coding, IT, design, and electrical engineering. In her current position as Database Coordinator, Sarah manages BCI’s CentralReach database, as well as scheduling and billing compliance.

Areas of Interest

Information Technology
Performance Management
Healthcare Administration
Organizational Management
Business Development
Customer Service
Compliance Management
Technical Writing


Master of Business Administration, Daniel Webster College
Bachelor of Arts, University of Texas at Austin

The BCI Mission and what it means to me

BCI seeks to redefine the industry standard of “excellence” by constantly elevating expectations and discovering solutions for the betterment of care and services provided to our clients and their families. Sarah’s contribution within this BCI is to ensure the web-based tools used by the clinical team are functional and efficient, provide assistance and direction for usage, and to support an environment where industry compliance standards are met and exceeded.