Sarah is an economist, strategist, and operational policy maker. She is passionate about tackling injustice and poverty through creating and delivering effective campaign and advocacy strategies. Sarah has led many international policy negotiations including delivering three replenishment campaigns for the Global Partnership for Education, the Commonwealth Malaria Summit in London, leading the G8 Nutrition for Growth Summit and the development negotiations for the G20 London Summit. She has generated strategies for many campaigns on One Health, rabies elimination, Sanitation and Water for All, Every Woman, Every Child, Gavi, G8 and peace negotiations. Her portfolio includes work on civil society mobilisation (Project Everyone and the World’s Largest Lesson); private sector engagement, including innovative finance solutions for health, education, water and sanitation. She has worked for DFID, Cabinet Office, World Bank, and a host of UN agencies, foundations, CSOs and private sector organisations. Sarah is a member of the Fellowship Council (Advisory Board) for the Royal Society of Arts, a Governor for The Tiffin Girls' School, and UK Council member for United Against Inhumanity. She has lived and worked in over 70 countries and remains ever curious to learn about new peoples and places.