Sarah Fletcher

Sarah Fletcher (she/her) (PhD) is a settler of European descent, living on the territories of the Lkwungen speaking peoples and the Songhees and Esquimalt Frist Nations. Lkwung means “to smoke herring” and Lkwungen’athun refers to the language of the land. Sarah is the research manager for the Innovation Support Unit (ISU) in the department of Family Practice at UBC. She is a Medical Anthropologist with expertise in participatory research design, facilitation and community engagement, design thinking, health systems change, team-based care and evaluation.