Sarah Rothwell

Sarah Rothwell, Design Director, Pink Marketing & Events

Sarah is a Human Computer Interaction (HCI) practitioner who works for Pink as their design and UX specialist. She holds a Masters in User Experience design (UXD), meaning she thinks about her audiences needs first before starting any project whether that’s a presentation, app or website just like this one.

Over the last 20 years, she’s had the pleasure of working with some of the world’s leading charities such as WWF and ActionAid, financial institutions, including Goldman Sachs and a range of healthcare businesses, alongside some inspirational independents.

Over the years she’s had the pleasure of re-designing PowerPoints and research materials for a range of healthcare acclaimed KOLs to ensure their slides and presentations communicated their ideas and delivered the impact they deserved.

Sarah is a passionate advocate for accessibility, believing that ideas and thoughts should be easily understood regardless of ability.

Presentation at The Society of Tissue Viability 2022 Conference

Make presenting your superpower


After attending this session, persons will be able to:

  • Feel more empowered and confident to present
  • Better understand the needs of an audiences and pique their interests not send them to sleep
  • Ensure their presentations provide the impact they deserve and learn tips and creative ideas to ensure effective communication and great looking slides


It’s quite rare someone will stick their hand up and say they love presenting. It’s often a necessary evil to present your ideas, research or to provide education – but what if there was a way to present differently? For it to be memorable and provide impact, to either empower your audiences to make effective changes in their workplace, or just to simply inspire them.

We’ll help you understand that with some initial planning, thinking and some quick tips and tricks, how you can deliver exceptional presentations no matter what the subject matter or your experience and feel more confident.