Sarah holds an MSc in People and Organisational Development from Salford University and is currently in the penultimate year of her part-time PhD with the University of Essex Business School. Sarah’s research interest focuses on exploring organisations through a spatial lens, with a particular interest in how organisational actors experience and understand their workspaces. Sarah has tutored and lectured across both undergraduate and post-graduate programmes in the subjects of management, leadership, strategy, reflective practice, change, research methodology and dissertation completion. In addition to her lecturing and personal tutoring responsibilities, Sarah has experience in developing modules including all aspects of delivery, assessment and feedback. Sarah’s experiences have allowed her to enjoy immensely the contact that she has with students in lectures and seminars, alongside having the privilege of working on a one to one basis with students in the supervision of their undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations. Sarah has co-authored a paper which she presented to the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) Colloquium in Helsinki 2012 and has authored three chapters in the Pearson text ‘Professional Diploma in Hospitality Supervision’. Prior to joining the public sector, Sarah worked for a private training company committed to workplace training; here Sarah spent two years setting up operations in the UAE.