Strategic communicator. Legal researcher. Theatre fan.
Sarah is an Engagement & Impact Coordinator at the School of Cybernetics. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Business Management from the University of Queensland. Sarah has worked across a range of industries, including sport, media, financial services, and in the public sector, drawing on a dual background in strategic communications and legal research. She has worked in marketing and communications in professional services as well as professional sport, and has been involved in designing and executing marketing campaigns, developing customer and employee engagement strategies and corporate engagement activities. Most recently, Sarah was a consultant for one of the Big 4 professional services firms.
Sarah’s research area of interest is in the field of sports law, and she presented her research on ‘regulating the use of assistive technology by disabled athletes’ at the Australian and New Zealand Sports Law Association conference in 2018. She is currently studying a Graduate Diploma of Sports Law at the University of Melbourne.
On occasion, Sarah takes the stage in musicals and is particularly proud of her dramatic on-stage death in Les Miserables.