Sarah oversees, manages and delivers a global portfolio of innovative gender and business projects, ensuring they meet the highest standards. She is highly skilled in developing innovative and customized tools, frameworks and methodologies for implementing and measuring gender-inclusive business strategies across cultures and sectors; providing technical assistance; undertaking gendered assessments; designing and delivering training; and conducting gender-inclusive value chain and livelihoods analyses. Sarah is an active contributor to Value for Women’s internal working group on intersectionality, diversity, equality and inclusion.
A seasoned international development professional, Sarah brings to Value for Women her prior experience successfully leading a broad range of initiatives for non-governmental organizations, the government of Rwanda and consultancies, with a focus on gender, equality and women’s rights, and economic empowerment. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and a master’s in Education from the University of Sussex, United Kingdom, and a master’s degree in Gender and International Development from the University of London.