Diversity at the Top: The Imperative for Change
Learn why diversity at the top matters
The Courage Council was conceived to be a
community-led approach to solving issues
concerning diversity and data literacy. It is a
yearly gathering of top decision makers and
influencers in the data ecosystem. Learn More . . .
Simply put, a diverse leadership team results in a more diverse workforce in general and
• Higher revenues, better performance
• Increased innovation and productivity
• More open work cultures, happier
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The council members include esteemed global leaders in data and diversity:
- Meggy Chung (General Manager of Data Platforms, Westpac Group)
- Pier Luigi Culazzo (Group Chief Data Officer, Standard Chartered Bank)
- Ladana Edwards (Partner, Deloitte Central Europe)
- Haresh Khoobchandani (Vice President, APAC, Autodesk)
- Celine Le Cotonnec (Chief Data Innovation Officer, Bank of Singapore)
- Georges Mao (Head of Marketing Science, Meta)
- Godelieve van Dooren (CEO, Southeast Asia Growth Markets, Mercer)
- Jason Tamara Widjaja (Director, Artificial Intelligence, IT Hub, MSD)
- Geraldine Wong (Chief Data Officer, GSX Bank)
- Juanita Woodward (Principal, Connecting the Dots).
The Council is rounded off by Jana Marlé-Zizkova (Co-founder and volunteering CEO of She Loves Data), Patricia Mulles (Director and Global Head of Partnerships, She Loves Data) and Tracy Quah (Vice President, Marketing, APAC and Japan, Informatica).
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At our next Courage Council gathering, we’ll review what we’ve done with #DiversityattheTop. We’ll also talk about a common challenge: how to manage multi generational workforces. Can you relate? Participate in our survey here.