Based in Auckland New Zealand, Sarah has a business degree with a double major in strategic planning and leadership and has spent time working in both the corporate and public sector.
Sarah served 10 years as a Police Detective specialising in the investigation of complex sexual crimes and offending against children. Sarah also spent seven years as a qualified survivor interviewer, trained in trauma-informed and survivor-centric interviewing. Sarah was also utilised within the Police to conduct eyewitness interviews for serious cases including homicide and critical incidents involving police staff.
Sarah worked as an Investigator at the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historic Child Abuse in State Care and Faith-Based Institutions before commencing with the OSACO Group in January 2022.
Since joining OSACO, Sarah has dedicated herself fulltime to investigating incidents of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Harassment (SEAH) for our clients across the humanitarian sector.
Sarah is a competent public speaker who enjoys training and mentoring others to become effective and ethical investigators. She has a passion to raise awareness in the space of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and is committed to upholding the rights and dignity of all parties she connects with during her work.