Member of the board
A Palm Beach native, Sabra Kirkpatrick, attended Palm Beach Day School, Cardinal Newman High School, and graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas with a B.A. in Advertising and Fine Arts. Sabra’s maternal grandfather, Daniel E. Taylor, purchased 101 Churchill Road (now 5815 S. Flagler Drive) in 1938 which was designed by the legendary John Volk. Until the property was sold in 2014, that iconic South End property remained in the Taylor/ Kirkpatrick family. Sabra Kirkpatrick has been selling Palm Beach County real estate for 10 years. Sabra is the sales manager and licensed Realtor at Brown Harris Stevens. Sabra loves selling real estate and holds charity work near and dear to her heart. She is involved with Meals on Wheels, Palm Beach County, “So No Senior Goes Hungry.” Sabra was the chairperson for the 2016 “Hot Meals- Hot Wheels” auction overseeing both fundraising and the auction event. Sabra again chaired the M.O.W. auction held at the Beach Club in April 2017. Sabra is an active member of St. Edward’s Catholic Church and St. Edward’s Women’s Guild, she has chaired their annual Valentine’s Day Fashion Show and Auction twice and continues to give her support when needed. Sabra is a devoted single mother, “only-parent,” to her three children. Her two oldest children attend Cardinal Newman High School and her youngest attends St. Juliana Catholic School. To know Sabra away from the office, your best bet is to search for her at Phipps Park (baseball fields) where you more than likely will find her cheering on her youngest son in some sort of baseball game. If you don’t have any luck there, head to Flagler Drive and look for her running along the Intracoastal waterway.