Sarah Perriam-Lampp MC/Entertainer Profile


TV & Radio Host, Producer, MC, Speaker

Sarah Perriam-Lampp is an award-winning journalist, podcast host, columnist and owner of the creative communication agency, Perriam Media based in Tai Tapu, Canterbury which works with NZ’s leading agricultural science and agribusiness to more deeply connect with farmers and growers.

As a rural broadcaster with a decade of experience across TV, radio, podcast and print, Sarah’s pulse on where New Zealand’s food and fibre producers need to better position themselves makes her a valuable mainstay in any muster of the minds!

Her podcast Sarah’s Country reaches over 30,000 listeners per month and nearing a thousand episodes in 2022.

She is currently on an AGMARDT leadership scholarship to develop 'value chain' solutions that connects luxury brands to procure from aspirational food & fibre producers in turn generating greater returns.

Originally from a merino station in Central Otago, Sarah lives with her husband Will, an agronomist with Carrfields, currently building in Methven and couldn’t be happier than nurturing her garden or hiking in the Canterbury hills.






Christchurch, New Zealand


Broadcaster, Compere/MC, Host, Judge, Keynote Speaker, Podcasting, Presenter & Interviewer , Producer


Agri-Business/Economics, B-Corp/ESG, Branding/Marketing, Permaculture/Regenerative/Organic, Real Estate, Sustainability Leadership, Sustainable Fashion, Women Leadership

Speaking Topics

Future of NZ farming that is fit for a better world, How to navigate the punches? Leaning into your unique genius, Revitalizing science communication, The great divide: Reconnecting with our food, The Value is in our Values: Farming as a sunrise industry, Transparent Sustainability: How to bring your ingredients into your ESG cake

Event Highlights

2022Farmlands Supplier Awards - MC
2022NZ Grain & Seed Association - Keynote Speaker
2022NZ Institute of Primary Industry Management - MC

Testimonials (13)

NZIPIM Conference 2022

Sarah was an absolute superstar over the past 2 days and I loved working with her. Her comments and thoughtful additions were wonderful, and I received many appreciative comments about how much Sarah contributed and how strongly her passion is for primary industry professionals which shone through.

Jo Finer | CEO

NZ Institute of Primary Industry Management