Sarah is a dedicated Business Development Specialist at BIAPH with a strong commitment to serving the ABI community. She is primarily focused on raising awareness and developing a sustainable funding strategy to not only maintain but also expand BIAPH’s programs and projects to meet the evolving needs of the community.
Sarah’s personal experience with multiple concussions during her young adulthood fueled her passion for ABI research. This led her to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience and Molecular Biology from the University of Toronto, followed by a Master’s of Health Science in Translational Research. Throughout her Master’s degree, Sarah worked on qualitative research projects within the field of adult and adolescent concussion, which validated many unmet needs in research. As a result, she was able to translate her knowledge to implementable strategies and solutions that could improve people’s lives in the present.
In addition to her health science research experience, Sarah brings an entrepreneurial spirit to the team. With her experience leading different community health initiatives and growing a health technology start-up, she demonstrates the right skills and drive to have a long-lasting and positive impact on the ABI community while achieving BIAPH’s organizational goals.