Sarah has over 25 years experience in corporate reporting. She is a senior advisor at the IIRC, working with businesses in the international <IR> Network to support them with insights, knowledge and skills to use the principles of integrated reporting to inform strategy, management information and reporting outcomes. She is also on the Steering Board of Reporting 3.0, a think tank on the future of corporate reporting.
Sarah is based at PwC where she is an associate director advising on broader reporting and assurance across PwC’s global network. She has also led global and UK programmes for corporate reporting, governance and assurance. She was instrumental in establishing PwC’s global Integrated Reporting Network and led thought leadership programmes, including World Watch magazine, the Hundred Group Briefing and Board Radar. From 2000 to 2005 she led the pan-European IFRS Transition market development programme.
Sarah was previously the editor of the Institute of Chartered Accountants’ (ICAEW) Accountancy magazine (International Edition) and worked briefly in television and advertising after graduating from Manchester University (UK) and the University of North Carolina (US) with an honours degree in American Studies.