Sarah Fair has over 20 years of experience in the community & health sectors. Sarah’s achievements include significant advocacy at a state and federal government level to improve service delivery and legal frameworks affecting people experiencing marginalization. She has a passion for developing and nurturing high quality, welcoming, client-centered services to address the impacts of marginalization and trauma; and for providing a supportive and enriching workplace for health and community services workers.
Sarah believes that to meet the needs of the community we must be dynamic and flexible, maximising opportunities for people to make informed choices within a comprehensive biopsychosocial model of health. She has learned that respect, kindness, humour and clearly defined systems are vital to maintaining the effectiveness of service delivery, organisations and collaborative partnerships.
Sarah’s qualifications include a Master of Public Health, Graduate Diploma in Alcohol and Other Drug Studies, and a Graduate Certificate in Management & Human Resources.