Family Tech Ed

Classes, Courses, and Public Speaking to help families thrive in the digital world.

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Sarah Kimmel
Professional Speaker and Tech Expert.

Sarah has been working in the IT industry for over 15 years, and during that time has been passionate about educating families on technology. Through her popular blog Family Tech Zone, frequent News Segments, public speaking engagements, and appearances on a local lifestyle TV show she has been helping families understand and manage the technology in their homes for the last 10 years.

Real Solutions

Attending Sarah’s classes or live events will give you real solutions to tech problems in your home. From help setting up parental controls, to how to figure out new technology on your own, Sarah will help you understand and manage the technology in your home.

“She has so many great ideas on how to safeguard computers and phones so the whole family can use them. Sarah has definitely become irreplaceable to our family as we transition into the tech world.” -Marcy, Client

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Expert Advice

Having spent over 15 years in IT, Sarah has the experience to give an expert opinion on family tech.

Thought Leader

Sarah has frequently been asked to speak across the country and is often featured on TV, News, and Radio about family tech.

In the Trenches

Sarah has a teen and a tween and is currently living the advice she is giving. She knows what works and what doesn’t for today’s kids.

The Family Tech Zone Blog

  • The Best Family-Friendly TV Shows to Watch

    by Sarah Kimmel on February 24, 2020 at 1:58 pm

    I really love movies and TV shows. In fact, I was once on a game show that featured movies, tv and music trivia called Beat the Geeks. When I was a kid I would sit and watch Sledge Hammer or Quantum Leap with my Dad every week. I loved the time we would spend together

  • Viral Challenges: What They Are and Why They’re Dangerous

    by Sarah Kimmel on February 23, 2020 at 11:20 pm

    Honestly, viral challenges have been around longer than social media itself. I remember playing “Zap” in elementary school. That was the game where you write “zap” on someone’s hand and then they have to do something. Kids would want to be involved so badly sometimes they would write zap on their own hand so people

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