Sara Stolt leads North Dakota’s social services redesign, manages the agency’s strategic projects and connects structure, process, and culture in work that impacts the lives of North Dakotans. Over the last year-and-a-half Sara has immersed herself in the Theory of Constraints (TOC) practice, applying it to over 10 systems within DHS. She believes thriving organizations often have solid strategies but need help making them a reality through great project management, systems improvement and organizational development. Sara earned her BS in speech and mass communications from North Dakota State University and a Masters in strategic leadership from University of Mary. She has applied her project management and TOC skills to her crazy career/mom balance where she also manages three kids, four dogs, two cats and one husband.