Sarah Winton

Communications and Employee Experience Lead and Leader, Global Corporate Citizenship
Human Resources


Q: How would you describe your role? 
A: As the Communications and Employee Experience Lead in Dun & Bradstreet’s Dublin office, my job is to help build a great workplace culture where our team feels informed, supported and engaged in achieving our business priorities. We’ve been named amongst the Best Workplaces in Ireland by Great Place to Work for the past four years, which I think is a wonderful reflection of our commitment to making culture a priority. 

Ultimately, most people spend around a third of their day at work, so ensuring that that work is “more than just a job” is really important to me. When you have an inherently generous mindset and love what you do and where you do it, you want to bring other people on the journey with you! 

Q: Describe a recent project you enjoyed working on.
A: In addition to my “day job”, I also have the privilege of serving on our global Corporate Citizenship team. This includes helping to manage our employee giving program, Do Good, and organizing our annual Do Good Week, a global event dedicated to volunteering and giving back to our local communities. I think it's wonderful to see this grow every year and witness the incredible impact we have when we come together as a company to give back to dozens of causes around the globe. 

Q: Why do you believe D&B is a great place to work? 
A: Having been with Dun & Bradstreet for over 7 years, I can honestly say that it's a great place to work. I've been supported in developing my career, and have had the opportunity to work with some truly amazing people on some truly amazing projects. The office culture is great, and there's a focus on continuous improvement and accountability that I haven't come across in many other organizations.

Q: What keeps you busy outside of work?
A: When I'm not at the office, I'm kept busy running after my toddler, and love trying out new recipes and reading non-fiction.