writer and PR consultant, The Good Copy Company
Sarah Jane went up to Oxford to read Classics but graduated with a First Class honours degree in Archaeology and Anthropology. She initially worked in print journalism, winning a graduate traineeship on The Sunday Times. After two years in a remote part of Kenya, she became a writer and editor at the World Health Organization in Geneva, covering public health issues including SARS, avian flu, HIV/Aids, malaria and drought. She returned to the UK to become senior writer for the chief medical officer, Sir Liam Donaldson, writing reports on pandemic flu, racism in the medical profession and the case for a UK global health strategy. She then worked as a public affairs and PR consultant in Westminster, advising a number of leading independent schools. After moving to Dorset in 2012, she set up her own communications business, The Good Copy Company. Recent projects include a mental health strategy for the NHS. She enjoys writing fiction and has an MA in Creative Writing.