Sarah (she/her) is a mental health researcher who spends her time supporting consumer feedback processes and co-ordinating a range of research and evaluation projects. Sarah is interested in using data to understand both the individual experience of people using services and the social determinants that influence individuals, services, and broader systems. Research areas have included AOD, health promotion program evaluation, digital health practice, and access to legal help. In her previous roles at Neami, Sarah worked on projects that supported the translation of research into practice. Sarah has expertise in both quantitative and qualitative research and has built skills in participatory research processes through her studies in public health and her time working in a team committed to prioritising the expertise of people with a lived and living experience of mental health challenges. She holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Master of Public Health specialising in Health Program Evaluation.