About Dallas Institute

Sarah Mirabel

Sarah Mirabel

Faculty Member

Sarah Mirabal received her B.S. in Justice Administration with concentration in Forensic Anthropology in 2006 from from the University of Louisville, her B.S,. in Mortuary Science in 2010 from Mid-America College of Funeral Service, and M.S. in Forensic Studies with concentration in Behavioral Analysis in 2015 from Florida Gulf Coast University. She is a licensed funeral director and embalmer in the states of Alabama and Kentucky. Mrs. Mirabal is a published author with compilations in Deviance: Theories on Behaviors that Defy Social Norms and Social Media & Exploited Sexual Behaviors: following the Yik Yak Hear.

 Mrs. Mirabal shares the following:

“Be in love with the science not in awe of the headlines.
Truly understand and live your subject from the core.”
- Sue Black

Teaching has been something that I have always wanted to do. Marrying education with experience is a wonderful relationship. Education sets the foundation for so many opportunities. Excited to be on the other side of the classroom experience and be able to listen, learn, and inform those that want to make funeral service their career. As a former Forensic Investigator in Florida I have been able to experience the death industry full circle. Applying my knowledge from the Forensic/Behavior side along with Mortuary Science has given me a unique outlook and experience that I am excited to share with you.  

I currently live in Mobile, Alabama with my husband as he finishes his graduate degree in Physician Assistant (PA) studies. We welcomed our first child this past September and we are so excited for this new adventure.

I am from the beautiful state of Kentucky. I played basketball for the University of Louisville and still love to play in my free time. Christmas is my most favorite time of year and yes, I am the one that listens to Christmas music in July. I love spending time with family and friends and enjoying every moment of this life I have been blessed with.

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