Blog

Royal Army Event in UK, November 13, 2018

By Sagree Mahilall On  the 13th of November, 2018, I had the opportunity, together with other industry experts, to attend and present at the 2nd Annual Royal Signals Women in Technology Conference at the Defence Academy in Shrivenham, UK. Six months of intense and dedicated planning with the RSignals Army event organisers led to an extremely
+ Read More

Launch of Women in Big Data South African Chapter

It was a chilly Thursday evening in Johannesburg, South Africa, as we met at the SAP offices to launch the WiBD South African chapter. The committee was overwhelmed with excitement of weeks of planning finally coming to realization. This excitement was accompanied by anxiety. You see, although we had 22 people on our RSVP list,
+ Read More

WiBD West Coast Chapter hosts workshop on dealing with emotions in the workplace

On October 22, the  Women In Big Data West Coast/ Bay Area chapter held another very successful workshop, “Coaching Others to Manage Workplace Emotions.” The event was hosted at BNY Mellon Silicon Valley Innovation Center and organized by Women in Big Data Forum leadership team member Stella Mashkevitch. Our “WiBD instructor of the year” in 2017, Bob
+ Read More

Munich Women in Big Data event hosted by Gemalto Connected Women

On November 8, 2018, Gemalto Connected Women Munich hosted an after-work event with Munich Women in Big Data at the Gemalto offices. The main objective of this event was to present the Women in Big Data organisation, explain what Big Data is and how it is changing the way we live and work, and inspire
+ Read More

Inspirational Talk at Gemalto

The Munich chapter of Women in Big Data recently hosted a “learning lunch” at the Gemalto offices in Munich. Objectives of this event were to present the women in Big Data organization, to explain what Big Data is and illustrate how it is changing the way we live and work, and to inspire women in
+ Read More

WiBD Toronto: Different Strokes for Data Folks Meetup

By Lilian Lau. Titled “Different Strokes for Data Folks,” the Toronto chapter of Women in Big Data held a bustling meetup on September 26, 2018. Over 75 members gathered to discover how four industry professionals harness the power of big data in their specific industries. First, Zahra Zahid from Slalom Consulting walked us through the pros
+ Read More

Better Together: Women in Big Data™ Luncheon

The Women in Big Data Luncheon at the Strata Data event in New York City was held on Wednesday September 12, 2018.  It was sponsored by Intel, SAP and Women in Big Data, and over 200 guests attended the event. We had an engaging panel discussion by Clare Gollnick, Ziya Ma and Karuna Mukherjea, and Fadi Zuhayri served as the moderator.   Fadi, Ziya, Karuna, Clare
+ Read More

Technology Panel: Big Data and Machine Learning

In its biggest and most diverse event to date, Women in Big Data’s™ North West Chapter Networking Committee presented Technology Panel: Big Data and Machine Learning to an enthusiastic audience of 150 people. The event took place August 9, 2018 at Intel’s Hawthorne Farm Auditorium in Hillsboro, Oregon, and the topics covered included technical challenges,
+ Read More

Intel host the first WiBD Irish Chapter MeetUp

Recent years have seen an emerging trend of big data and analytics becoming critical to support advancements in a vast majority of fields and businesses. These include research, industry, finance and human resources. Supporting diversity and inspiring growth in this challenging technological field, the Women in Big Data™ (WiBD) group for the EMEA Region continues
+ Read More

Meeting Up at URx: University Partner Model for Women in Big Data™

By Roselyn Byrd Introduction Co-founding lead for Women in Big Data (WiBD) Radhika Rangarajan and Southern California chapter leads shared best practice insights in April 2018 as they participated in a panel at the second annual University Recruiting Conference, dubbed “URx,” in San Francisco, California. Co-founders of SoCal WiBD April Zeng and Lily Salem, as well
+ Read More

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
d
c