Sarah, 22, started her youth voice journey in her hometown of Plymouth where she joined her local youth cabinet at 16. Serving two terms with the UK Youth Parliament as a Deputy and then Member of Youth Parliament she campaigned for votes at 16, a living wage for all and curriculum for life amongst other key issues. She was proud to continue her time with the British Youth Council in 2016 when she was elected to its trustee board. Sarah studied Politics with Law at the University of Plymouth, where she focused her studies on civil society and women in electoral politics. She founded and then chaired a society to bring together women and non-binary students to connect with local women in industry to provide talks, training and opportunities to help them after their time at university. An active campaigner, Sarah has spent time on political campaigns both in the UK and the United States where she’s volunteered on multiple races including the Clinton campaign. In 2017, Sarah began working for her local Member of Parliament and in 2019 made the move from the far South West to London where she works for an MP. Sarah is passionate, vocal and active on issues she cares about; social justice, youth empowerment and women’s rights.