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"There cannot be equity in society without equity in data collection, curation, and decisions."

Women in Big Data Founders

Your Personal Power: How to be More Influential, Better Compensated, and More Valuable to the People You Love

Session 1: Stupid Clarity By Eliana Castillo On April 15, 2021, leadership coach Jeremiah Miller, founder of Forging Leaders took us on a journey to find ‘stupid clarity’. Drawing from real life examples and inspiring stories, Jeremiah dove into pragmatic concepts and methodologies that, once understood and internalized, can help us create significant change in
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Elevate Your Career

By Liisel Jessop. On March 18, our Women in Big Data (WiBD) Dusseldorf chapter held a virtual event titled “Elevate Your Data Career!”. It was the first chapter event in 2021 and our team was really excited to see the community members and welcome new joiners. During the online event we had a chance to
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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

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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