Sarah is a Research Software Engineer at The Alan Turing Institute (London, UK). In this role, she helps create tools and pipelines to solve real world problems using cutting-edge academic research, through the Institute's network of university and industry partners.
Sarah is also an advocate for Reproducible Research and Open Science. She helped launch The Turing Way, a handbook to reproducible data science and a global community sharing ideas and expertise. She also uses her technical skills to support mybinder.org, a web tool helping users to run reproducible computational analyses in the cloud and share them using a single URL.
In 2020, Sarah is a Fellow of the Software Sustainability Institute and is advocating for open and reproducible practices to sustain research software.