MD, Pinch Point Communications & Independent Advisor to the Welsh Assembly Commission
Sarah Pinch Chart.PR, FCIPR, MIoD
Sarah is MD of Pinch Point Communications, a Non-Executive Director of the Health and Safety Executive and Chair of the Taylor Bennett Foundation. She is also an Independent Advisor to the Welsh Assembly Commission.
She started her career as a journalist with the BBC, leaving in 2000 to work in PR, she has worked in international development, public transport and the NHS. In 2011 she won the inaugural Institute of Directors and Chartered Institute of Public Relations PR Director of the Year award for her work with the board at University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust.
In 2013 she founded Pinch Point Communications, an agency working across all sectors on a range of internal and external communications initiatives designed to enhance, manage and defend reputation.
Sarah was listed as #45 in the FT and HERoes Top 100 Business List, which celebrates female leaders and those working to support and encourage the female talent pipeline, in September 2018.
In May this year, Sarah is launching Spring Forward a conference aimed at women in middle management who want to run the show,
She was President of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations in 2015, lives in Bristol and has recently discovered the joy of running.
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