Sarah has 15 years of experience working in timebanking. After setting up and running a time bank, she became passionate about the model and the way it values people for who they are and what they can do, regardless of their age, ability or background. Sarah went on to be a timebanking consultant and project manager for Timebanking UK and is now the organisations dedicated and inspiring chief executive. 

Sarah continues to develop partnerships and networks across the UK and envisages a country where people in every town and city can access a mechanism of coproduction. Sarah is constantly seeking collaboration and support to grow the timebanking movement to take the pressure off statutory health and social care services. She delivers talks, presentations and training days and is always happy to show how the timebanking model can benefit individuals, communities and organisations. 

Sarah loves her pet dogs and has recently branched out, acquiring some chickens. She loves travelling, gentle runs (she recently completed the Bath Half Marathon – remotely) and growing sunflowers.