Sarah Jordan

Head of Student Support and Communications

With extensive experience in academic publishing and eight years of dedicated voluntary work in the mental health field, Sarah works with students, typically aged 16-24 to foster focus, motivation, and support them in discovering their unique paths. Sarah finds joy in the process of navigating our thoughts and emotions through the written word, whether in an academic or emotional context, and she imparts this passion to her student mentees.

Central to her approach is the belief in meeting young individuals at their level and comprehending their individual needs. Sarah leads on the student mentoring programme.


  • MA Contemporary Literature and Culture, Birkbeck, University of London
  • BA English, Queen Mary, University of London
  • Safeguarding 16-25 year olds: England and Wales - NSPCC


  • Mentor, Shift Leader and Listening Volunteer – Samaritans
  • Facilitator – Facing the Future (Samaritans and Cruse partnership)