Sarah has always had a fascination with animals and the natural environment and firmly believes that education is one of the most important tools we have to help us to protect the environment we live in for future generations.
She studied for a degree in Zoology and a masters in Animal Behaviour and it was during this time she developed a passion for sustainability and conservation. She has tried to keep this at the forefront of wherever she has worked, interning at the Marine Stewardship Council and working as a volunteer coordinator for a conservation volunteering organisation. However, she quickly realised that a life behind a desk was not for her and this lead her to Global Generation and the Skip Garden Kitchen.
She learnt all she knows about cooking and baking from her mother and loves how food can bring everyone together - something which she now gets to see every single day.