|Born||December 29, 1975|
|Alma mater||Rhodes College|
She is the author of 2 books: Once You're Lucky, Twice You're Good (2008), which also goes under the title The Stories of Facebook, Youtube and Myspace; as well as Brilliant, Crazy, Cocky: How the Top 1% of Entrepreneurs Profit from Global Chaos (2011).
In 2012, Lacy founded technology news site PandoDaily with a reported $2.5m investment from investors including Marc Andreessen, Peter Thiel, Tony Hsieh, David Sze, Jim Breyer, Reid Hoffman, Chris Dixon and Josh Kopelman. The site consists of a daily technology blog and a monthly event series entitled "PandoMonthly".
A series of emails from 2012 indicate Sarah Lacy was involved in a dispute regarding an event PandoDaily hosted in 2012 at event space Cross Campus in Los Angeles.
On November 17, 2014, Uber executive Emil Michael allegedly said Uber should consider hiring a team of opposition researchers to dig up dirt on critics in the media including Sarah Lacy, and suggested a $1 million dollar smear campaign, after Pando Daily featured a story  criticizing the misogynist practices and culture of Uber.
- Bill Thompson (2008-03-09). "How Twitter makes it real". BBC News.
- Lindsay, Greg (June 18, 2008). "SO WHAT DO YOU DO, SARAH LACY, AUTHOR, ONCE YOU'RE LUCKY, TWICE YOU'RE GOOD?". Mediabistro. Retrieved December 25, 2014.
- Liz Gannes (2008-02-11). "Q&A: Yahoo Tech Ticker's Sarah Lacy". NewTeeVee.
- Spencer E. Ante and Catherine Holahan (2008-03-10). "Facebook CEO Admits Missteps". BusinessWeek.
- Sarah Lacy (2011-11-19). "The TechCrunch Drama Continues". Blog.
- Om Malik (2012-01-16). "Sarah Lacy's PandoDaily launches with $2.5 million in funding". GigaOm.
- "PandoDaily's Threatening Email Meltdown". Valleywag.
- "Uber executive casually threatens journalist with smear campaign".
- "Uber Executive Suggests Digging Up Dirt On Journalists".
- "The horrific trickle down of Asshole culture: Why I've just deleted Uber from my phone". 22 October 2014.