Research Programme Manager
Sarah has worked in global health for over 15 years, with a focus on sexual and reproductive health. Initially trained as a scientist, she worked on the development of vaginal HIV prevention technologies before moving into project management. In her current role, she manages a large programme of global health research for a London based university. She has a particular interest in menstrual health, education, and ensuring no child ever has to miss school due to period poverty. She is a a passionate feminist and advocate for inclusive sexual health and reproductive rights. She is committed to reducing the endemic stigma and shame surrounding vaginas (including her own personal crusade against “feminine deodorant products”), normalising discussion and education amongst all genders and ages, and empowering people who have a vagina to enjoy and celebrate it.