Sarah Houbolt

University of Technology’s access and inclusion specialist within the Social Justice, Equity and Diversity Unit. Her role is to coordinate central accessibility policy for staff and students across the university. Previously, Sarah worked at Accessible Arts, as the access and training specialist and then the strategic projects manager, managing the grants schemes and the national arts and disability conference, Arts Activated 2016 at Carriageworks. Sarah continues her arts and accessibility consultancy work with clients such as the Art Gallery of NSW and Museum of Contemporary Art. Sarah sits on the access and inclusion advisory group for the State Library of NSW and recently spoke at TEDxSydney on the topic of accessibility. Her work experience in New Zealand includes working for the Auckland Council arts team, The Auckland Performing Arts Centre, and producing for Mind Over Manner. Sand also continues her arts practice in circus, physical theatre and dance, recently completing a residency with Critical Path, and performing locally and at corporate events.