Growing up I saw firsthand the disparities that exist for Australians that don’t fit within the ‘Aussie’ stereotype. At SVA, we work as a collective and use our differences to find the best innovations and ideas to help every person thrive.
Sara is a Manager in the Consulting team based in Perth. She is a proud Nyikina and Nyul Nyul woman from the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Before joining SVA Sara worked as a manager at the Kimberley Language Resource Centre (an Aboriginal Community-Controlled Organisation) based in Halls Creek. She also brings experience from Human Resources, Finance and Operational Readiness in the Mining industry. Drawing on her experiences in both for-profit and not-for-profit organisations, Sara understands the unique complexities that organisations and non-profits in Australia face.
Sara holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Western Australia. She is currently a non-executive director of the National Indigenous Times, an Aboriginal owned news and media organisation reporting on Indigenous affairs with more than 1 million monthly readers.
Having worked in remote regions and alongside Aboriginal people, Sara wants to help create better outcomes of all communities. In particular, she is committed to leveling the playing field for Aboriginal people and Bridge the Gap to drive Aboriginal participation in the Australian economy.