Sarah was one of INTRAC’s principal consultants. She joined INTRAC in 2013 and her focus areas included:
- Advocacy and campaigning, particularly work on how organisations define impact, measure and learn.
- Communications and marketing
- Organisational development
- Private sector and corporate social responsibility
She now works for INTRAC as a consultant and brings experience of working with civil society, international NGOs, the private sector, and the media, primarily in Africa.
Sarah has a long history of working within child rights, health and agriculture. She is an experienced facilitator and trainer, and has both developed and delivered training courses on advocacy, monitoring and evaluation and communications. She has a Bachelor of Journalism and a Master of Development Management.
Supporting learning: a study on incentives and disincentives for learning in international transparency and accountability grant-making practice
Action Research and Advocacy Training for Women Participating in Public Life Programme
The M&E of advocacy...not another list of challenges
Mon 28 November 2016 - Wed 30 November 2016
Advocacy Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation - November 2016