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Leading women in data science share their work, advice, and lessons learned along the way with Professor Margot Gerritsen from Stanford University. Hear about how data science is being applied and having impact across a wide range of domains, from healthcare to finance to cosmology to human rights and more. This podcast is brought to you by the Stanford Institute for Computational & Mathematical Engineering (ICME) and Stanford Data Science. Generous support for this podcast and other Women i ...
 
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Karen Hao trained as a mechanical engineer and then joined a Silicon Valley startup, thinking that technology was the best means to create social change. While surrounded by smart people who were also passionate about using technology for social change, she soon discovered there were no incentives or pathways to accomplish this. “When you're inside…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Emma Kisby, Managing Director at CoGo. In this episode, they talk about how Emma uses her experience with customer analytics to fuel a purposeful career in the world of open banking. You will discover what open banking is, how it works and how businesses use customers' transactions history to help them make purchases t…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Elisa Morariu, Senior Customer Insight Analyst at A.S. Watson. Elisa’s background in market research along with her experience in analytics means that she is passionate about understanding the “why” of customers behaviour as well as the “what”. In this episode, she gives a glimpse of customers analytics and how mixing …
 
This week, Karen is joined by Swathi Sudhaakar, Director of Product Analytics at Cardlytics. If you are looking to start a career in data science or data analytics or have just started working in the field, this episode is for you. In this conversation, Swathi provides some great insights on the different types of roles and shares what hiring manag…
 
The multi-talented Cecilia Aragon is a data scientist, professor, author and champion aerobatic pilot. In this podcast, she explains how learning to fly gave her the confidence to pursue her career in human-centered data science and as an author. Her book, Flying Free: My Victory Over Fear to Become the First Latina Pilot on the US Aerobatic Team, …
 
We are closing the anniversary of the podcast with Bianca Partington, Head of Customer, Decisioning & Digital Analytics at NatWest. 3 years ago, with no prior experience in data, Bianca took on managing a team of over 70 data professionals. In this episode, she shares her approach to managing data teams and provides tips for managers coming from a …
 
This Week, Karen is joined by Wies Bratby, founder of Women in Negotiation and TEDx speaker. Over the years, Wies has helped more than a thousand of women get a job they love along with an average salary increase of 49%. In this episode she talks about the importance of negotiating your worth, and what are the steps to start doing so. As we are sti…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Kavya Gupta, Head of Product Analytics at Paymentsense. In this episode, you will hear about product analytics – what it is, why it’s important and how a typical team is structured. Kavya also talks about the skills that are important in a product analytics team and, having come to data from software engineering, she s…
 
For the second week of the anniversary of the podcast, Karen is joined by Ekaterina Atanasyan, General Manager at Business Intelligence Group. Ekaterina is joining from Russia and shares what having a fulfilling career means to her. Get ready to feel uplifted by her positive attitude! At the end of the episode, you will hear other women working in …
 
This week marks the beginning of the celebrations of the first anniversary of the podcast, and in April, we will release one episode every week. In this episode, I am joined by Sonal Goyal, Founder at Aficx and Cristina González, aspiring data professional. You will hear all about data mastering and driving value from data. As Aficx focuses on supp…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Sathya Bala, Head of Global Data Governance at CHANEL. They talk about what data governance is and how it varies from one industry to another. Sathya then shares her views on the perceptions people have of data professionals, encouraging you to create your own story and your own success. Enjoy! ************************…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Macarena Estévez, Partner for Analytics & Cognitive at Deloitte Spain and recognised by LinkedIn as Top Voice for Data and Analytics in Spain. In this episode, they talk about what “Choose to challenge” means for Maca. They also discuss leaving a well-paid and secured job to start a business focusing on data and mathem…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Elisabeth Yaneske, Principal Lecturer in Computer Science at Teesside University. In this episode, they talk about Elisabeth’s research that aims at curing diseases using data science. You will hear about genes expression, the advantages of using data science to model human cells rather than animal testing and touch on…
 
Kristian’s interest in statistics and algorithmic fairness has taken her on a winding career path from academia to business, to public service, and back to academia. As she has made different career changes, she didn’t decide between academia vs. industry vs. non-profit, it was more about the problem she was interested in working on at the moment, …
 
This week, Karen is joined by Natasha Joslin, co- founder of We Are Mojo, a data agency that helps businesses use their data to accelerate growth. They discuss the growing importance of data literacy within businesses, along with the best approach to using data analytics to answer business questions. Enjoy! ********************* Show Notes: *******…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Lizzie Harris, Senior Customer Analytics Manager at Sainsbury’s. They talk about how Sainsbury’s utilises data and reflect on career resilience. With the global pandemic and various lockdowns across the world, career resilience is likely to be helpful in 2021. In this episode, you will hear Lizzie and Karen’s experienc…
 
In this new year episode, Karen is joined by Roisin McCarthy and Payal Jain, respectively co-founder and Chair of Women in data. They reflect on what 2020 looked like for WiD, the challenges they faced, the wins they had. They also discuss their plans for Women in Data and Girls in Data in 2021. And, if you have been wondering what happened to the …
 
You sent us your career questions and, in this episode, Belinda Djamson, Managing Director at Accenture, Claire Thompson, Head of Data and Analytics at NatWest, and Samani Lamabadusuriya, Head of Data and Analytics at Cigna, bring you answers. To help you navigate this episode, we grouped the questions in 3 parts: Starting in data, from doing to le…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Sumedha Menon, Data Scientist at Google. If you ever wondered how to transition from Data Analytics to Data Science, this conversation might answer many of your questions. In this episode, Sumedha talks about her personal experience of making this transition, factors she considered and how she made non-linear career ch…
 
A data scientist by training, Lillian brings a passion for human-centric machine learning and algorithmic effects to her role leading Spotify’s Personalized Home team. She also talks about the experience of leading her team from home during the pandemic. Lillian’s team of data scientists and user researchers collaborate with a mixed-methods researc…
 
“I would have been more proud of your achievement if you were my son!” This week, Karen is joined by Karrie Liu, winner of the top 100 women in technology in 2019. Karrie works as a Freelance mathematician for the NHS and Pharma companies. Making a point of using her skills to help others, she also advises charities on data related issues, allowing…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Grainne Gilmore, Head of Research at Zoopla and Dewi Spijkerman, Senior Geospatial Analyst at Knight Frank. In this very insightful episode, they talk about how the real estate industry uses data for research purpose, allowing them to understand trends and create insights into the market. They also talk about geospatia…
 
Did you know credit risk analysts were key workers? This week, Karen is joined by Cristina Meloni, Senior Credit Risk analyst at Lloyds Banking Group. In this episode, they talk about Cristina’s experience as a Credit Risk Analyst. You will get a good sense of what the responsibilities of risk analysts are and why their role is so important. Cristi…
 
After earning her PhD in Aerospace Engineering at Delft, Femke spent several years in oceanography, climate research, and subsurface modeling. She developed an expertise in data assimilation that she's now applying to improve COVID-19 pandemic forecasting models. Femke explains that data assimilation originated in weather forecasting, where a model…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Freya Holland, EMEA & International HQ Analytics Lead at The Kraft Heinz Company. From feeling unhappy and losing confidence to driving the analytics agenda for a multinational FMCG company, Freya shares her journey to own her career. In this episode, you will also find tips to grow confidence. Enjoy!…
 
Feeling like you would like to be braver and make changes happen? This week Karen is joined by Caroline Pankhurst, founder of Be Braver, and on a mission to help women realise more of what gives value and meaning to their personal and professional lives. While this episode started with Caroline outlining the Be Braver program to which she is genero…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Lara Izlan, Director, Advertising Data & Analytics at ITV and one of the DataIQ 100 most influential people in data. Lara’s career in digital media spans a number of recognisable brands across different roles, with a central theme of using data to facilitate business transformation. Through first-hand experience, Lara …
 
The summer break came and went and as promised, we are back with some great content and giveaways. This week, Karen is joined by Sarah Hunt. After almost 30 years of experience in data analytics, Sarah was made redundant during the lockdown. Thankfully, she had a side hustle and chose to transform her unfortunate situation into an opportunity to fo…
 
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Francesca Dominici and Rachel Nethery saw a way to connect the research they were doing on air pollution and health with the pandemic. They are studying the effects of air pollution exposure on different causes of hospitalization to see if pollution could increase a person’s vulnerability to COVID-19. While …
 
This week, Karen is joined by Lucile Ripa, Analytics & Data Science Partner at Wunderman Thompson. A deep dive into data roles and projects in agencies, this episode is full of insights. It is also full tips to help you ace your career; from using transferable skills to bring new ways of thinking to moving from analyst to manager or taking ownershi…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Jessica Chapplow, Head of Digital Transformation at KR MediaCom. With an initial passion for Journalism and Marketing Jessica never imagined she would be destined for a career in data and technology. Yet, in 2019, she was selected as a finalist for Women in Tech’s Young Leader of The Year Award. In this episode, you wi…
 
Manisha Desai is a professor of medicine (research) and of biomedical data science, and director of the Quantitative Sciences Unit at Stanford University. She is an expert in the design and analysis of clinical trials and epidemiologic studies across multiple diseases, including COVID-19. In this podcast, she provides some insights into the challen…
 
In this week’s episode, Karen is joined by Kanwal Bhatia, Machine Learning Specialist and Entrepreneur at Antler. After more than 10 years of experience in medical imaging analytics, Kanwal decided to start her own business, MetaLynx, transferring her knowledge to analysing sports videos. In this episode, Karen and Kanwal discuss how data science a…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Bhavya Jha, Manager of Advanced Analytics at M&G plc. Specialised in building machine learning models and data strategy, Bhavya also uses her skills and enthusiasm to participate in various hackathons and teaches data analytics and python coding. In this episode, you will hear about how data is used in the pension and …
 
This week, Karen is joined by Catriona Lindsay, Global Head of People Analytics at Avon. From a default career to finding her ideal role, Catriona shares the story of her journey to find her purpose and owning her career. Get ready for a fun and insightful episode, where both Karen and Catriona share their highs and lows along with their key learni…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Elektra Papazoglou, Senior Data Scientist at Kalido. Having a background in biology, Elektra shares her journey to data science. Get ready for a deep dive into the applications of NLP and other machine learning algorithms at Kalido, tips to land a data science job as well as tips to overcome the impostor syndrome. Enjo…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Victoria Pike, Head of Data at Mencap to discuss what it means to work in data with a charity. Having previously worked as an Enterprise Architect at Sainsbury's, Victoria offers a unique view on the difference between the two industries.저자 womenindata
 
This week, Karen is joined by Francesca Kay, Interim Deputy National Statistician and Director General for Data Capability at the ONS. They will talk about the ONS’ data science campus and projects they work on, as well as using data for good. Frankie will also share her views on leadership, career challenges and success.…
 
Newsha Ajami is a hydrologist specializing in sustainable water resource management, water policy, the water-energy-food nexus, and urban water strategy. When she was studying hydrology in grad school, she took a water policy class that changed the trajectory of her career. “I would say that was one of the most important events in my professional c…
 
This week, Karen is joined by Verity Gill, Marketing Science Director EMEA at Facebook. They will talk about what is marketing science, as well as the certification Facebook launched in partnership with Women in Data. Certification means learning new skills, and Verity will give you tips on how to make time for learning, and channel your energy to …
 
In this week’s episode, Janine Woodcock is back with hints and tips on how to overcome the challenges of being furloughed. Her tips are tailored to the results of the survey she lead on the fears brought by furloughing. Tune in to find out how to manage the anxiety related to the fear of future redundancy, of loss of connection with your company or…
 
When Andrea was studying math as an undergrad, she was required to take an arts class in order to graduate, and soon discovered that she loved poetry. She learned that the process of writing a poem was often similar to solving a complex math problem—just starting with one part, and then doing one more, and gradually the rest is revealed. She enjoye…
 
Malcolm Pein is a chess professional who formed a charity to reintroduce chess in state schools in 2009. Malcolm is passionate about encouraging more girls to join this community and for parents to understand the benefits chess can bring to their family. Listen to how we can encourage children, adults and families to learn new skills, whilst having…
 
With our lives having changed drastically in the last few weeks, the Women in Data Podcast shifted from the original plan. In this first episode, Karen is joined by executive coach, published author and speaker Janine Woodcock. With UK businesses having furloughed a fifth of their workforce (on average), you will hear how companies view the furloug…
 
Ya Xu manages LinkedIn’s global team of data scientists that manage data science projects across the company’s products, sales, marketing, economics, infrastructure, and operations. She says the company takes active responsibility over the data they collect to ensure fairness and protect privacy. They are very proactive about how they maintain thei…
 
With a prolific career spanning academia and industry, Susan’s research focuses on the economics of digitization, marketplace design, and the intersection of econometrics and machine learning. She received her PhD at Stanford Graduate School of Business, and taught at MIT and Harvard before returning to Stanford. She was consulting chief economist …
 
Montse Medina was pursuing her PhD at Stanford’s Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering (ICME) when she realized she had a great idea for a company. She left her graduate program to found Jetlore, a prediction platform that empowers retailers with AI-driven content, which was acquired by PayPal in 2018. Montse has since moved back…
 
It was in 2015 when Margot Gerritsen was asked to speak at a data conference with not a single other woman on the program that she knew that something had to be done to get women into the field. As she was then Director of the Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering (ICME), Gerritsen knew more than a thing or two about data science…
 
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