Head of Analysis for Ageing and Demography, Office for National Statistics
Sarah Crofts obtained her Masters degree from Southampton University in 2001 and is a government statistician in the UK who has worked in official statistics on a number of topics, including Census, social survey data collection and design, international migration, demographic analysis and population change, including ageing. She is currently Head of Analysis for Ageing and Demography at the Office for National Statistics. Her role involves leading a programme of work to improve the evidence needed to inform policy decisions on population change, particularly ageing. Sarah is currently acting as Chair of the Titchfield City Group on Ageing and Age-disaggregated data.
Prior to her latest role, Sarah was responsible for the UK’s quarterly official international migration statistics and worked on the 2012 Migration Statistics Improvement Programme. She has experience of statistical methodology, social surveys and the Census, including a secondment to Statistics New Zealand.