Sarah is a researcher in Renaisi’s Place-based and Systems Change team.
Prior to joining Renaisi, she completed her Master’s degree in Social Development and has a keen interest in public policies around housing and employment.
Sarah’s work at Renaisi
Sarah’s work at Renaisi has included place-based and systems change projects around issues including housing and homelessness, youth unemployment and healthcare. She has supported a variety of research and evaluation work, with clients such as Youth Futures Foundation across seven localities, and conducted qualitative research with charities like Barnardo’s.
Drawing from previous experience in the housing and employability sectors, Sarah is an experienced facilitator. She uses this skill to bring together practitioners, stakeholders and people with lived experience for learning and evaluation activities that build a better collective understanding of systemic issues.
Before working in the social sector, Sarah worked as a market researcher, conducting qualitative and quantitative research, for the food and beverage industry.
- Person-centred approaches
- Learning partnerships
- Data visualisation
Areas of interest
- Housing and homelessness
- Participatory methods
- Youth and community-led approaches