Announcing our new leaders for a new decade!
Super excited to announce our new leaders for Data + Women London.
After weeks of emails and conversations we have confirmed our new leads for Data + Women who will be continuing the mission of celebrating women in data and giving them a platform to share their knowledge and experiences.
Here are the official leaders of D+W:
Big thank you to our previous leaders, Louisa O'Brien, Natasha Kurakina and Emily Chen. Special shout out to Emily who is the founder of London Data + Women, and without her commitment over the years wouldn't be at the success it is today.
Our next meetup will be 11 March, 6pm - 8:30pm and can't wait to introduce. To get notified for updates subscribe here.
We have 2 speakers lined up for our next Data Plus Women meetup.
Due to great demand, we're going to manage RSVP lists through Eventbrite. You will not be let in unless you have registered through the link below.
If you're in Higher Education or interested in how we can quantify/evaluate progress in social justice and equality - come on down!
Alexandra Hanna: Data School Consultant with The Information Lab
Alexandra will be sharing 2 dashboards she has built client side for JISC and HESA and demoing how she utilizes financial data with Tableau as part of developing a shared BI solution for UK education. A must for all in Higher Education!
Emma Cosh: Freelance Data Visualization Consultant and Tiny Tableau Talks organizer
Emma is a data designer and illustrator with a background in Operational Research and Public Health. In her spare time, she is the co-host of the podcast Storyological. Her amazing analysis on gender and race on Science Fiction reviews was picked up by the Guardian in May 2016.
Take a read here:
See you soon!
We've got 2 speakers lined up for our July Data+Women Event. If you're interested in unique ways to connect your users or how to snag your next Viz of the Day, be sure to come on down!
Kalpana Chari - Schroders PLC
Schroders has built a Lync chat bot to help people search the Tableau server and get the information they need. With lots of people, data and insights, their goal was to cut through the noise to get to what’s most relevant. She'll also be sharing how Schroders is democratising data across the business using Alteryx and Tableau.
Here's a sneak peek at the Lync chat bot integration with Tableau Server.
Lorna Eden - The Information Lab
Ever wanted to get a coveted Viz of the Day? Lorna will be sharing her design process and inspiration in her Viz of the Day and Iron Viz Entry on Krispy Kreme donuts. If you haven't seen it, find it here!
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