Sarah is an Associate Director in Frontier’s public policy practice with over ten years’ experience of working on a wide range of policy issues.
Sarah has particular expertise in evaluating the effectiveness and value for money offered by government policies. She has worked for all major government departments with particular experience in education, skills and labour market policies and in healthcare. Her work has examined the role of the private sector in education and skills policy, analysed funding issues and evaluated the impact of skills policies. Sarah’s work in healthcare has ranged from Lord Carter’s review of pathology to understanding the extent of economies of scale and scope in healthcare services and the extent of choice and competition in healthcare markets.