Sarah has served as an Associate at Busara since January 2016 and has worked on a wide number of engagements across different sectors. Sarah’s is particularly interested in how behavior relates to identity and how the intersectionality of overlapping identities (such as gender, race, class, ethnicity, religion and sexuality) impact the way they people navigate and make decisions in the world. She brings a strong mix of qualitative, quantitative and experimental skills to projects and enjoys taking a mixed-method approach to research. Prior to joining Busara, Sarah worked as an internal consultant in Danish local government.
Sarah has a MA in History and Politics from Oxford and a MA in African Studies from SOAS.