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Ed Buban

Posts by Ed Buban

Creating a Culture of Mindfulness

By Usha Ramalingam, Chapter Director In honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, the St. Louis chapter was happy to host a session on how to develop a Culture of Mindfulness by Rani Jayakumar. Rani Jayakumar is a certified mindfulness instructor from Mindful Schools, a yoga and mindfulness instructor through Little Flower Yoga, and
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Introduction to Cognitive Services part 2: Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Cognitive Services in the School and Workplace

Regina Karson, WiBD US Board Member March, 2021 part 2 of 2 of this vibrant series where Marie Smith, CIO of Data 360, and Maureen Dunne, Autism Angels, discussed supporting neurodiversity in schools, the workplace and entrepreneurship. Maureen discussed how terms, wording, skillsets that focus on strengths for autistic populations and how models for success
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A Virtual Coffee with Vanessa Chow, social media advisor to Women in Big Data

By Tina Tang I sat down with Vanessa on a recent afternoon—me in Palo Alto and she in Irvine, California. I first met Vanessa back in 2019 while she interned for SAP’s Business Technology Platform product marketing team. Gratefully, she came to work on Women in Big Data’s non profit launch, assessing our social media
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The Walt Disney Company and Women in Big Data Honor Women’s History Month with a Magical Celebration: Amplifying Your Voice as a Women in the Workforce

By Ilyana “Lily” Salem Did you ever feel like Big Bird? Imagine those gangly orange legs and bright yellow feathers walking down a New York City neighborhood. Try that now in a high-tech office in the Silicon Beach, Valley or Forest, in front of a computer, passing through the lounge, or sitting at the head
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