Sarah Jauncey

Senior Consultant

Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies)
Master of Arts (Communication Management)
Australian Progress Messaging Fellow
2017 Scholar of The Marketing Academy

“Change communications is about gathering a committed audience for a journey and a shared outcome – it’s about genuine communication, collaborate effort and a commitment to working through the highs and lows together.”
  • Campaign communications
  • Reputation and issues management
  • Community consultation and engagement
  • Advocacy

Sarah is a specialist in change communications with a background in strategic communications, advocacy and community consultation for the health, legal and not for profit sectors.

She has worked with a range of health organisations including St John Ambulance Australia, the Schizophrenia Research Institute and later at the Cancer Council NSW in periods of rapid change and development; around opportunities related to government reforms, funding and legislation;  health and patient program development; and the creation of advocacy agendas around access to treatment and improved patient outcomes.

Sarah also has experience in the legal sector having worked in senior roles with the Australian Commercial Disputes Centre and the Law & Justice Foundation of NSW to increase access to justice for disadvantaged communities. 

She is a firm believer in identifying and bringing together stakeholders to create allied partnerships with momentum and influence to address issues and opportunities, and as such has managed a range of complex community consultation processes across diverse stakeholder groups.

Adept at combining research insights with strategic communications and community action, Sarah is an expert campaign manager with a record of achieving long-lasting and sustainable change.