Co-Founder and Creative Director
Sarah Gun is an award-winning innovator, disruptor, thought leader and crusader for a socially equitable world.
Sarah is the Founder of GOGO Events, a B Corp and Social Traders accredited event management social business employing people experiencing homelessness. In the past six years, she has created over 750 job outcomes for 85 individuals who are on their journey out of homelessness. This innovative and award-winning model was just the beginning for Sarah. It led the establishment of the GOGO Foundation, a charity building partnerships to collaborate to create pathways to meaningful long-term employment for people vulnerable to homelessness.
Sarah is co-founder at Collab4Good, a learning community that enables, supports, and connects to build collaborations for positive social change. Sarah is co-founder of Social Change Headquarters a business identifying and supporting networks of intrapreneurs to support all businesses ensure positive social and environmental impact.
Sarah is on the working group forming the South Australian Social Enterprise Council, and the coalition to develop the South Australian social enterprise strategy.
Her entrepreneurial spirit, tenacity and desire to match innovation with social impact have made Sarah a social enterprise leader across the country. Sarah is respected across government, the start-up community, the social economy and the tech world. She is a Westpac Foundation Social Change Fellow (2017,) and recipient of the Australia Day Women hold up half the Sky Award (2018). GOGO events is an inaugural SheEO venutre and Sarah is a SheEO Activator.
Sarah has also served as a Board member of the Hutt Street Centre, Adelaide’s CBD homeless services provider, and the fundraising committee for The Big Issue’s annual Big Lunch.