With over five years’ research experience, Sarah brings to Parachute a focus on evidence-based approaches to injury prevention, as well as a passion for supporting the wellbeing of the Canadian public. As a Co-ordinator, Knowledge Translation & Programs, Sarah contributes to Parachute’s knowledge translation products and strategy and supports the development and evaluation of injury prevention programming.
Sarah holds an Honours Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Brock University. She is skilled in finding and evaluating evidence and working collaboratively to use that evidence to implement change. Her previous work focused on the creation of new scientific knowledge. She is excited to work now with Parachute to mobilize knowledge in the field of injury prevention to have a lasting impact at the national level.