Sarah Dodge

Launch Digital Media Program Lead

Sarah Dodge is the Launch Digital Media co-instructor and a Senior Producer for The Pioneer. She founded the Exposure digital photography program at HackCville and shoots for UVA Sports. Sarah graduated from UVA in 2017 with a degree in Media Studies and Psychology and graduated HackCville’s Storyboard program in Fall 2015. You can reach her at

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Sarah's Published Stories

Ten Local Entrepreneurs Compete at Crowdfunded Pitch Night

Inventive leaders of the community pitched their business ideas to a live audience in hopes of winning the much contested first place prize.

2016 Tom Tom Founders Summit

Innovative artists and entrepreneurs, UVa grads and Charlottesville natives – all share their founding stories and give insight into their paths to success.

New City Arts: Charlottesville’s Thriving Arts Scene

New City Arts is an arts initiative in the Charlottesville community that aims to provide a creative, collaborative environment and bridge the worlds of U.Va. and Charlottesville.

TEDxUVA 2016: Sights Unseen

TEDxUVA’s Sights Unseen conference brought together community members, U.Va. students and faculty, and a collection of thinkers, innovators, and makers who believe in the power of ideas to positively change the world.

Meet Ken Zamkow: The Ultimate Sports Guru

Darden alum Ken Zamkow sat down with ten U.Va. students on the recent NYC Startup Trip to discuss hustling in NYC’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.

HackCville Member Leads Photography Workshop

HackCville’s own Ariel Kao led an insightful workshop about the basics of photography, including the exposure triangle, composition, and basic photo editing tools and tips.

NYC Startup Trip 2015

Last semester, HackCville took over 50 students to the Big Apple to get an in-depth look at some of the city’s youngest companies.

Turning Beer Cans into Meals

By recycling trash from parties, students make money for a local food bank.

9 Charlottesville Companies Go Head to Head at Tom Tom’s Crowdfunded Pitch Night

Nine local Charlottesville entrepreneurs competed for $5000 at Tom Tom Founders Festival’s Crowdfunded Pitch Night, each delivering a three-minute pitch of their business concept to an audience of hundreds at The Jefferson Theater.

2015 Tom Tom Festival’s Friday Night Block Party

Tom Tom’s Friday Night Block Party attracted a large crowd to Lee Park, with food, music, and fun for all.