Sally is responsible for improving the quality of development programme learning content, and processes, for practitioners. She has an overview of global programme learning needs coming from our staff working in livelihoods, education, health, water and sanitation, right to be heard, gender justice, climate change adaptation, and disaster risk reduction programmes.
Her area of expertise is sustainable livelihoods; including Women's Economic Leadership (WEL), Oxfam's Gendered Enterprise and markets (GEM) approach, and integrating climate change and disaster risk management into livelihoods programmes.
Sally is a trained anthropologist and spent over four years living in marginalised communities overseas, including Brazil, South Africa, Honduras, New Zealand, and Australia. Her main research interest is in indigenous education. She holds a BA in Social Anthropology and a masters degree in Anthropological Research Methods from the University of Manchester.