Sarah Marchese

Research Data Manager

Sarah Marchese is the Research Data Manager in FAS Research Computing (FASRC) at Harvard University. She collaborates with faculty, staff, and researchers to better understand, manage, classify, and organize research data throughout the data lifecycle to improve data organization in the labs. She also serves as a subject matter expert on research data management across the university, providing consultation and instructive services on aspects of data storage, open access, and data sharing.

She has 6 years of experience in research data management, stemming from her work with Harvard Medical School in the Research Computing group, where she developed data management related resources and tools designed to meet researcher needs, including several storage usage dashboards.

Originally trained as an Archivist, Sarah earned master degrees in Archives and Records Management (M.S.) and History (M.A) from the School of Library and Information Science at Simmons University. Prior to her employment at Harvard Medical School, Sarah worked as an Archivist and Records Manager for the City of Somerville's Parks department.

Fun Fact: Sarah is a frequent traveler (and ex-flight attendant) who has visited over 40 countries.

Publications: https://orcid.org/0009-0000-0138-4542