Sarah is a project manager specialising in delivering capital projects within the arts, cultural and museum sector. Sarah has over fifteen years’ experience in the sector and joined Counterculture LLP as an Associate in 2017.

Sarah’s clients at Counterculture have included: Iniva, where she acted as Interim General Manager and oversaw the refurbishment and reopening of the Stuart Hall Library; East London Science School, a free school, where Sarah acted as the school’s representative and advisor in relation to capital projects; and Japan House London, where Sarah fulfilled the role of Client Project Manager and led a team of Counterculture Associates to support its delivery, opening and operation.

Prior to joining Counterculture, Sarah worked at Tate delivering capital projects, most recently as a Project Manager helping to prepare Tate for handover, occupation and opening of the new Tate Modern.

Sarah has previously worked for the National Trust at Morden Hall Park and started her career at the National Lottery Heritage Fund, where she managed a caseload of projects, encompassing museums and galleries to industrial heritage and parks.

Sarah is APMP qualified and has completed courses at the Ironbridge Institute and SPAB’s respected Repair of Old Buildings course.

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