Sarah Ryan AGIA GAICD B.Bus Dip. Pol.
Sarah’s wide range of experience enables her to identify issues and overcome many of the obstacles facing today’s businesses and corporations.
Corporate Governance and Business Support for Jim Prosser-Fenn and Meaghan Denholm
Experience & Expertise
Sarah commenced her career as a police officer in the NSW Police Force and this has given her a strong understanding of the position of the Law in society and the every day life of members of the community. Whilst serving in the Police Force, Sarah attained the position of Licensing Sergeant in the Dubbo area and received commendations for her performance as a Police Officer.
After leaving the Police, Sarah occupied herself in General Business, earning for herself a Bachelor of Business which she employed in management of a hotel and as the operations coordinator of a local public company. At this time Sarah also obtained a Graduate Diploma in Applied Corporate Governance and is a Chartered Secretary and an associate member of the Governance Institute of Australia, which stands her in good stead in her role as a Director of a local ADI (authorised deposit institution), where she has chaired the Governance Committee.
Education and Qualifications
In developing her skills in Corporate Governance, Sarah has also graduated through the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is a member of that organisation. Shortly to finalise a degree as a Bachelor of Laws at the University of New England, Sarah has come to work for her father, Jim Prosser-Fenn, at Baldock Stacy & Niven and is making her skills available to the Firm in the areas of Corporate Governance and Business Law.
She works closely with her father and provides valuable assistance in all areas of Business and Commercial Law. Sarah presently assists private companies, registered clubs and other organisations with their governance and risk assessment. Her wide range of experience enables her to identify the issues necessary to overcome many of the obstacles facing today’s businesses and corporations.