Sarah Jenkins, Strategic Communication Manager, Sir Robert Menzies Memorial Foundation Limited

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Sarah Jenkins is the Strategic Communication Manager at Sir Robert Menzies Memorial Foundation Limited. In 2022, Sarah was the recipient of the Kaplan Business School Masters of Business Administration Scholarship.

Sarah has more than 18 years’ experience in communications and marketing leadership across a range of sectors. 

Communications strategy and organisational growth is a continuing theme in Sarah’s career. Most recently, undertaking a secondment with Australian Council for Educational Research, where she leads the development of a Theory of Strategic Communications; a contribution to the NFP and Education sector. 

Sarah’s early career centred around best practice in marketing and communications which later culminated into the establishment of her very own agency. This work extensively spanned across PR, traditional media, event management, strategy, digital marketing, graphic design and business development consultancy.  

In 2019, Sarah joined the lean and robust team at the Menzies Foundation. She has since crafted the Foundation’s narrative and communication strategy. The development of this strategic communications platform is essential for ‘movement building’ and requires a strong strategic, management and communication skills set. Sarah has brought so much to this important work, which sits at the forefront of communication practice.   

Sarah continues to contribute to the NFP sector through her commitment to Purpose; as she reflects on her own leadership, builds her own leadership capability and contributes to the greater good. 

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