Dr Sarah Steele
Sarah is Deputy Director of the Intellectual Forum and a Senior Research Associate in Cambridge Public Health.
An experienced researcher and educator, Sarah has a demonstrated history of working in the higher education sector and as a consultant. Having held posts at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, the University of Cambridge, and the University of Oxford, amongst other institutions in the UK, USA and Australia, Sarah is a passionate researcher at the interface of Medicine, Law, Criminology, Public Policy, Gender Studies, Sociology, and Global Health. She presently facilitates on the Bystander Initiative at the University of Cambridge, while she also teaches for the Australian National University on #MeToo and the Law, Global Health Law, and Health Law and Bioethics.
Sarah's work explores how we affect social change around issues that impact upon peoples' wellbeing in contemporary society. She has worked extensively on health, human trafficking and modern slavery, public health responses to exploitation and gender-based violence, and clinical responses to vulnerable migrants in the National Health Service. Sarah works with non-government organisations and private bodies to support improvements around the world that further health and wellbeing.