Sarah Monk, MBA, NPQH, AAT

Sarah has 30+ years of education sector experience, including time in two north east local authorities, as Vice Principal for Business Strategy when the Education Village was originally formed, as a consultant for the National College for School Leadership (NCSL), and as co-founder of a successful and highly respected education consultancy.  Having sold her business and exited in January 2022, Sarah has become a Trustee for two MATs, one a 35-school MAT in the south of the region and the other a 5-school MAT in the north of the region.  Sarah lives locally in Darlington and very much cherishes her connection to the EVAT community, having been involved in the original set-up.   She is currently Chief Strategy Officer for Edwin Group.

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