Sarah is a project manager with over fifteen years experience specialising in capital projects and supporting clients in all aspects of project delivery within the arts, cultural and museum sector.
Sarah’s clients with Counterculture have included The Courtauld, Cyfarthfa Foundation, Historic England, Studio Voltaire, Iniva, East London Science School and Japan House London.
Prior to joining Counterculture, Sarah worked at Tate on capital projects in London and St. Ives, including as a Project Manager on the Transforming Tate Modern Project where she helped to prepare Tate for handover, occupation and opening of the new Blavatnik Building.
Sarah has worked for the National Trust, where she coordinated an innovative, sustainable building renovation and community engagement project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the European Regional Development Fund at Morden Hall Park. Sarah started her career at NLHF where she managed a caseload of projects across the fund’s grant-making programmes, encompassing museums and galleries to industrial heritage and parks. Sarah has also spent several years volunteering in learning and events roles at the British Museum.
Sarah is APMP qualified and has completed courses at the Ironbridge Institute and SPAB’s respected Repair of Old Buildings course. Outside of work, Sarah is a school governor.