Sarah is a data management and analytics professional with over four years of experience in the health, education, and social services sectors. She is experienced in designing tools for data collection, developing processes for data management and subsequently, drawing observations from data and translating complex concepts into easily understood findings for key stakeholder groups. Her area of focus lies in data-driven decision-making and improved program outcomes through enhanced monitoring and evaluation mechanisms and CRM capabilities. Sarah holds a Master of Arts in International Political Economy from the University of Warwick (UK).
Sarah is drawn to innovative solutions that help vulnerable populations as a result of her interest in the differentiated experiences of individuals in relation to existing hierarchal power structures. As someone who believes we are all products of our experiences, she is always looking for an opportunity to try something new: languages, food, sports & activities, travel locations, instruments, and hobbies.