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History and Information Studies, School of Humanities
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Sarah has worked in the archive and records management field for over a decade. Her career has encompassed both Civil Service and the private sector having held a series of increasingly senior roles at the National Archives, HM Treasury, BNY Mellon and now as Senior Information Manager at the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency where she leads the team responsible for Information Governance, Records Management, Data Protection and Knowledge Management. She has extensive experience in FOI, Data Protection and EIR compliance alongside her information management, record keeping and archive knowledge.
Sarah is well known in the profession. She has been Training Director of the Information and Records Management Society (IRMS) since 2017, where she is responsible for ensuring the training needs of members are met and putting in place training agreements with suppliers. She also serves as a Judge for the Public Sector Paperless Awards, has presented at several IRMS and Archives and Records Association (ARA) conferences and was previously an ARA Council for the Nations and Regions Representative and was an ARA ARC magazine editor. She was a nominee for the IRMS "Professional of the year" award in 2017.
Sarah has achieved professional accreditation holding both the AMIRMS and RMARA designations.
Sarah has an MA in Archives and Records Management from University College London, a BA in History from the University of Leicester and holds a Prince2 Project Management Certificate.