Sarah Nisbet

Marketing and Communications Manager, eRSA, Australia


Sarah Nisbet is eRSA’s Marketing and Communications Manager. Sarah began her career delivering communications solutions in the health care sector where she mastered the art of working across institutions, departments and organisational silos.

Sarah has a Bachelor of Media from the University of Adelaide and an Industry Certificate (Festival & Event Design & Management), she is also a member of the Australian Science Communicators and the Public Relations Institute of Australia.

She specialises in delivering creative and innovative marketing and communication solutions and has managed local and national projects for eRSA, NeCTAR, NeAT, AeRO and the State Government of South Australia. Having successfully deployed a new tier user documentation system at eRSA, Sarah was the project lead for the tier 0 development for core NeCTAR services, supporting a national initiative to provide world class user support for the Nectar Cloud.


My Sessions

A framework for Managing Successful Distributed Collaborative Teams

Green Room

In this presentation we will share our experiences and learnings from creating high performing cross-institutional collaborative teams. The authors of this paper have both had significant experience in creating and leading highly successful collaborative teams made up of members from multiple institutions, such is the nature of programs of work they’ve been involved with. In […]

People, Culture and Capability

Enabling An Innovation Culture Through Access To Collaboration Technology Services

Orange Room = ASB Auditorium/Theatre

The South Australian Research and Innovation Platform connects innovation precincts with SA based ‘not-normal IT’ services like data capture, data analysis, data analytics, and performance auditing on top of local big data infrastructure like cloud computing, high-performance computing and large scale data storage, based on the networks that link SA’s Universities and Research Centres. This […]

Digital Transformation

How to effectively execute a content marketing strategy with limited resources

Purple Room

This presentation aims to provide advice to librarians and ITS staff who want to actively market and promote their tools and services and raise their profile. These departments support useful data discovery and management tools; however, they’re often restricted by limited budgets and resources and lack marketing capability or resources. Content marketing is a great […]

People, Culture and Capability