Sarah Backhouse is the Founder of Future360 -- an online video network dedicated to showcasing cleantech innovation.
A TV host and producer, Sarah has lived in Sydney, London and Los Angeles, where she worked for a diverse array of broadcasters including: CNBC, BBC, PBS, Fine Living, Sci Fi Channel, Discovery Channel and Planet Green. Since 2006, Sarah has focused her attention solely on sustainability coverage.
A sought after emcee and keynote speaker, Sarah has participated in the UN's International Renewable Energy Organization forum, the Governor's Global Climate Summit, and sustainability conferences worldwide. She has interviewed climate heavy-hitters including Tony Blair, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Rajendra Pachauri, as well as policymakers, business leaders and industry experts.
Sarah honored as one of Asia Pacific’s Leading 50 Women at the 2011 Advance Women’s Leadership Summit, Australia Unlimited’s Global 50 and was a host on Al Gore’s 24 Hours of Reality in 2011 and 2012. Sarah is on the board of UN Women LA Chapter.
Sarah was born in the UK and raised in Australia and Japan. She graduated with Bachelors degrees in Economics and Japanese Studies from the Australian National University and Keio University, Tokyo, and speaks fluent Japanese.
To learn more about Sarah, visit her website: sarahbackhouse.com