Sarah chat adult f
My current research interests are in the areas of women and leadership in sport and academia, as well as the transfer of learning, and in particular the processes and factors which facilitate this. In addition I have taught papers in sport management and management from 100 level through to postgraduate over the past 24 years.
My most recent research publications have focused on mothers in sport leadership roles, and as elite athletes.
I was a Fulbright Senior Scholar in 2008, which I tenured at the Tucker Centre for Research on Girls and Women in Sport, at the University of Minnesota.
My research is always applied in that I try to make a difference in the areas of sport and academia as a result of my research findings. Walkway users, activity patterns, issues of conflict and management dimensions: An urban based case study from New Zealand.
I provided strategic and operational advice to the Provost and leadership to the academic, learning, and teaching and student experience portfolios of Massey University.
I was the Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor for the Massey Business School, with particular responsibility for teaching and learning, internationalisation and accreditation until the end of 2016.
I started at Massey University as a Recreation Officer and moved on to be Manager of the Recreation Centre, during which time the sport management and coaching qualifications at Massey were developed.
Sarah Peterson is a Wildlife Biologist at the Dixon Field Station.
She is broadly interested in the ecology and movement of upper trophic level predators, with a focus on birds and mammals.
She works with adults and children from her private practise in Chelmsford and is the lead vocal coach at Theatre Train in Leigh-on-sea.
In addition, Sarah works as a personal assistant with autistic children in and outside of schools and herself has a child with ASD, ADHD and SPD.