Sarah Hutton was first elected Councillor for Jamboree Ward in March 2020. Sarah is a highly experienced communications and marketing professional who has worked across the corporate and not-for-profit sectors. Over the past decade, Sarah has led campaigns that have raised millions of dollars for medical research, engaged thousands of patients in clinical trials and managed over 2500 volunteers across Queensland. She is passionate about making a difference and delivering for our community.

Sarah is a lifelong resident of the Centenary suburbs, growing up in Westlake and now raising her own family in Darra. She has experienced the two distinct communities of the ward, Centenary and Darra, Wacol and Ellen Grove, and she understands the diverse needs across these suburbs.

Sarah is focused on ensuring her community is provided the best facilities, parks and infrastructure to ensure young and old alike, can live their best lives in the Jamboree Ward. Having three boys that play in these parks, compete on local sporting fields and ride on the new world-class BMX track, she understands the importance of improving, preserving and maintaining the greenspace and parklands across the ward.

As a committed local, mother, and professional, she is driven to ensure a comprehensive and cohesive plan is in place for the future of Brisbane and the Jamboree Ward.

She is passionate about ensuring Brisbane is a sustainable and visionary city, one that residents are proud to call home.

Sarah holds a Bachelor of Business (Marketing) from the University of Queensland. Sarah also serves on Council’s Infrastructure Committee, City Standards Committee, and is the Civic Cabinet Chair of the City Standards Committee.