Sarah Squire, Head of the Women’s Research, Advocacy and Policy (WRAP) Centre
Sarah leads Good Shepherd’s research, policy analysis, public advocacy and program innovation to end cycles of disadvantage, especially for women and girls. Sarah has worked in senior management and policy roles within federal and state governments in areas such as employment, women’s leadership, and family violence. With her background in human rights and public policy, Sarah brings great professional experience and knowledge to Good Shepherd’s research, advocacy and policy agenda. Sarah has also worked in mental health promotion, and led beyondblue’s landmark Stop. Think. Respect campaign addressing the impact of discrimination on the mental health and social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Sarah holds a PhD in Women’s Studies from La Trobe University.