Sarah Steingrüber is from Canada. She is an independent global health consultant based in Berlin, Germany.
Sarah works with development organisations, think tanks, academic institutions and management consultancy firms in various areas of expertise. These include: anti-corruption, transparency and accountability, as well as access to medicines, the global health supply chain and private sector collective action. Sarah has worked with the World Health Organisation, the Work Bank, GIZ and the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, among others. She was previously the Programme Manager of the Transparency International Health Initiative in London and has experience working with the UNFPA Thailand Office and the IOM Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific.
Sarah has a Specialised Honours BA in Health Sciences from York University in Toronto. She has also studied at Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin, LSHTM and Uppsala Universitet in Sweden for her Masters of Science in International Health and Diploma in International Public Health.