Sarah is an experienced and skilled communicator, combining words and graphics to craft compelling artefacts that engage audiences. With formal education in design and architecture and a strong background in social policy and program delivery, Sarah has a unique but highly relevant skill-set allowing her to tackle and visually communicate the most complex problems.
Sarah has overseen the design and implementation of multi-million dollar social policy projects in the education and employment space, working at the interface between Government and public. She has a deep and passionate interest in people: how they choose to live, how they choose to interact with their physical environments, and how government policies impact their lives. She believes ‘good design’ should be accessible to all and that ‘good design’ can only be arrived at through a rigorous design-thinking process which puts humans at its centre.