She manages Social Finance’s new programme seeking to improve outcomes for people living with dementia and their unpaid carers. This includes testing five hypotheses regarding value creation for individuals, services and systems with different service partners and commissioners across the UK.
Sarah has extensive experience working with NHS commissioners and providers across operational and pipeline end of life care services in the two social investment funds managed by Social Finance. This includes focusing on better understanding, monitoring and ultimately improving impact for service users through outcomes-based dashboards (including Patient Centred Outcome Measures) as well as wider quantitative and qualitative analysis.
If you could instantly become an expert in something, what would it be?
Marine archaeology — fascinates me!
What are your hobbies and interests?
Netball, climbing and cooking!
What would be your superpower?
If time travel were possible, which era would you go to?