Sarah has extensive industry experience. This section contains more information about Sarah's work history and any advantageous industry links they maintain.
Sarah’s entrepreneurial acumen saw her effectively build up and run her own art gallery and interior design business for over 10 years. She and her team ran a high street shop in Sheringham, Norfolk, manufacturing products in her rural workshop. Customers included John Lewis, UAE royalty and Holiday Property Bond.
Sarah' main focus areas of research include 18th to 20th century graphic satire, and student employability. Follow the link below to find out more.
Sarah is currently working on
Pump and Promenade, Seaside and Spa – graphic satire as a precursor to the comic postcards of Donald McGill.
Sarah has significant experience of teaching marketing at an undergraduate and postgraduate level. To find out more about Sarah’s teaching experience, please follow the link below.
A Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA), Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and a senior lecturer, Sarah’s areas of expertise are in entrepreneurial marketing management, consumer behaviour and services marketing management. She also has a particular interest in employability skills and was involved in an HEA project, Developing Reciprocal Skills, working with marketing students and local employers to help develop a curriculum that is current and fit for purpose.
Sarah has undergraduate, postgraduate and professional course teaching and supervisory experience. She has been CIM course leader and MA Marketing Management course leader. Sarah is also an experienced unit leader and author; her services marketing management unit was voted the best by students in the faculty of business. She also has experience of degree course revalidation and curriculum design practice (Solent University, Birmingham City University).
Over the course of her career, Sarah has received significant recognition for her work. Follow the link below to find out more.
- CIM Commendations.
- Institute of Commercial Management Prize.