Diversity at the Top and Generational Diversity
: The Imperative for Change
Learn why gender and generational diversity matter
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
The council members include esteemed global leaders in data and diversity:
- Meggy Chung (General Manager of Data Platforms, Westpac Group) – Courage Council 1.0
- Pier Luigi Culazzo (Group Chief Data Officer, Standard Chartered Bank) – Courage Council 1.0
- Ladana Edwards (Partner, Deloitte Central Europe) – Courage Council 1.0
- Haresh Khoobchandani (Vice President, APAC, Autodesk) – Courage Council 1.0
- Celine Le Cotonnec (Chief Data Innovation Officer, Bank of Singapore) – Courage Councils 1.0 and 2.0
- Georges Mao (Head of Marketing Science, Meta) – Courage Council 1.0
- Godelieve van Dooren (CEO, Southeast Asia Growth Markets, Mercer) – Courage Council 1.0
- Jason Tamara Widjaja (Director, Artificial Intelligence, IT Hub, MSD) – Courage Councils 1.0 and 2.0
- Geraldine Wong (Chief Data Officer, GSX Bank) – Courage Council 1,0
- Juanita Woodward (Principal, Connecting the Dots) – Courage Councils 1.0 and 2.0
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).
Be inspired by these leaders who advocate for change and live them by creating programs, mobilising teams, leading discussions and challenging solutions that are no longer relevant.
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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.