Sarah is in EY’s Data and Analytics team and currently leads global teams to implement & deliver AI assets ranging from data quality machine learning systems to intelligent automation (using RPA/ NLP/ OCR/ Deep Learning). Sarah also supports the implementation of data governance, management & operational strategies, as well as carrying out AI Due Diligence for large financial institutions.
Sarah is currently on the advisory board for the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Artificial intelligence.
Leveraging her broad experience in mobile app development, CRM systems, CMS, virtual agents, machine learning algorithms and cloud technology. She is ‘technology agonistic’ enabling her to use whatever tech needed to ensure the best results & business value creation for her clients.
Previously she worked for IPsoft leading a global team to deliver intelligent automation across various industries including UK government, Banking and Insurance in EMEA and Latin America.
Sarah has worked in the IT sector for a number of years in various roles, from software engineering to management. Currently doing a part-time MIT Artificial Intelligence course. She has an Executive MBA from Cass Business School, focusing on AI and CSV. Previously she studied Anthropology and African Studies followed by a Masters in Computer Science at University of Birmingham.
Sarah is also on the Board of a non-for-profit women in tech community, DevelopHer, and Executive Board member for Cass Global Women’s Leadership Programme which provides scholarships for women to do higher education. Facilitating events in diversity, inclusion & technology to enable networking, driving collaboration & positive changes in our society.
EY International Women’s Day ‘Change Maker’ 2019 Winner