Sarah joined Ergon in 2014. She has worked on major research projects for the EU and ILO and has delivered in-company capacity building on various HR issues, including in the transportation and energy sectors.
Her main professional interests include:
- The application of core labour standards and decent work through international trade agreements;
- Enterprise-level approaches for promoting women’s employment and addressing gender issues in the workplace;
- Approaches for promoting job quality in the context of development.
Before joining Ergon, Sarah was a consultant at the ILO office in Bangkok, working across Southeast Asia on issues including child labour, migration and social protection. She was also a trainee at the European Parliament, where she focused on issues relating to labour migration and seasonal work. Sarah has an MA in Global Development and International Political Economy from the University of Leeds and a BSc in Sociology from the London School of Economics.