“Girl, put your records on, tell me your favorite song
You go ahead, let your hair down”
Corinne Bailey Rae
Hey hey hey, it’s me, Sarah.
If I was to sum myself up in three words I would say curious, challenging, and creative.
I was one of those annoying children who asked why ALL THE TIME however like most others I never grew out of it. I deal in whys, why not, and what-ifs? I don’t accept that anything is the way it is and can’t be changed.
I’m a visionary with a belief that all humans want to and can do better.
My job in life is to ask the right questions at the right time to the right people because when you do magic happens.
What you need to know at a glance:
- Creator of The Human Identity Matrix
- Co-founder of the Participatory Inquiry Process in collaboration with Children For Health
- One half of the Janiums ( Coming soon)
- Creative Director at From Bee With Love
- I spent 10 years in the police and have a thirst for facts, evidence, and the real truth.
- I spent 28 years working with young people and predicting possible future trends
- I spent 10 years finding creative solutions to everyday problems and 5 years creative visual storytelling
- I have spent over 15 years consulting with companies on future trends
- I have over 28 years of experience in youth participation
My Murky Past
My first job ever was at Disney World in Florida and my last was as a police officer in London. That sums me up really; Buzz Lightyear and Agent Prentice, all rolled into one.
I’ve done lots and I mean lots; managed bars, hotels, restaurants, pounded the streets of London, arrested people, and appeared in the Old Bailey. More recently I’ve written books, had a TV series, spoken at a lot of corporate shindigs and a few conferences, consulted with some Fortune 500s, shared the stage with some big media types, written for most leading newspapers, and even had a stint on Loose Women, which I can testify is terrifying!
I was known as the UK’s leading teen coach, the youth expert, and a Teenologist.
But that’s the past, and you know a girl has to move on.
Now, let’s listen to my favourite song.