Sarah is a wildlife biologist turned eco-journalist, content creator and public speaker. Her experience working with iconic predator species and her passion for storytelling led her to start her YouTube channel, 'Sarahsrealjob', where she documents her adventures in the field. Sarah is also the founder of 'Creature', an outreach education project dedicated to increasing awareness about conservation issues.
Why you should book Sarah Roberts for your next event
- Expertise in Wildlife Biology: Sarah is a wildlife biologist with extensive experience working with iconic predator species in some of the world’s most remote and challenging environments. Her knowledge and experience make her a valuable speaker for events focused on wildlife conservation and the environment.
- Passion for Storytelling: As a content creator, Sarah has a talent for storytelling that she brings to her public speaking engagements. Her passion for adventure and wildlife conservation is evident in her presentations, making her an engaging and inspiring speaker for a wide range of audiences.
- Experience in Outreach Education: Sarah is the founder of the outreach education project ‘Creature’, which is dedicated to increasing awareness about conservation issues. Her experience in this field has made her a skilled communicator and educator, making her an excellent choice for events focused on education and awareness-raising.
Sarah completed her biological science degree in Animal Behaviour, specialising in shark sensory systems in 2012. Since then, she has spent most of her career working with big iconic predator species, in some of the world’s most remote and challenging environments. She has learnt first hand how to clean her own shark bite wound, how to deter hungry grizzly bears on foot and the best way to drag a five man metal boat up waist high rapids, against the current, in a pair of leaky waders!
Sarah thrives on adventure, is incredibly passionate about protecting the future of wild places and their inhabitants. During her time in the field, she has become more and more concerned about the disconnect between the science world and the general public. Having witnessed, first hand, so many human impacts threatening the wild spaces she loves, Sarah is working hard to close this gap.
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