Sarah is an economist with over 20 years experiences of working across infrastructure sectors in Europe, Africa and the Caribbean. She was the lead author on the National Infrastructure Commission report Data for the Public Good which recommended the development of a National Digital Twin. She has worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers based in London and Tanzania, with Orange France Telecom and as telecoms regulator in the British Virgin Islands. She now works as an independent consultant specialised in data, digital twins and infrastructure regulation. She is currently working with the Centre for Digital Built Britain’s National Digital Twin programme as the project lead for the Climate Resilience Demonstrator project – CReDo.