Sarah Roth, BC Cancer Foundation
Sarah Roth
President & CEO

With an extensive 24 year career in fundraising, Sarah has elevated the BC Cancer Foundation’s revenue to record heights. To achieve such success, she has implemented a donor-centric strategy across the organization and championed a brand revitalization that saw the Foundation and its partner BC Cancer align toward a culture of one that embraces the opportunity for the community to give back and drive progress in cancer research and care across the province.

Throughout her career, Sarah has brought exceptional results in leading teams through large-scale fundraising campaigns for Boston Children’s Hospital and New York-Presbyterian Hospital. She spent eight years as the Assistant Dean of Development and Alumni Relations in the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Medicine, where she launched and completed a $437.6 million campaign, which included the Faculty’s largest ever donation, as part of UBC’s start an evolution campaign.

Sarah is an avid cyclist who annually participates in the Ride to Conquer Cancer and is a true champion of BC Cancer’s efforts to change the outcome for all families facing cancer.

Blog Posts by Sarah Roth

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Introducing April guest blogger Dr. Anna Tinker

I’d like to thank our March guest blogger, Dr. Ryan Morin, for sharing his work uncovering the mutations that drive lymphoid cancer. Thanks to his research, we are gaining knowledge of how cancer develops and ultimately, how it can be treated. I’m pleased to welcome Dr. Anna Tinker, medical oncologist and senior project leader of immunotherapy clinical trials at the BC Cancer Agency, to the blog for April. As a funding recipient of the 2015 Inspiration Gala , Dr. Tinker returns to our blog to update the BC Cancer community on the impact philanthropy is having on the groundbreaking...