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A chance to meet the growing SLD London Chapter community to network and hear from speakers from the data industry and She Loves Data to discuss hot topics in data in an informal and relaxed roundtable event.
Larice Stielow is a senior economist in PwC UK’s Strategy& consulting practice. She is passionate about using economic analysis to support and influence policy and spending decisions that improve peoples’ lives. She works extensively in government policy, infrastructure and transport, aid, trade and investment, skills and employment, and sustainability. Larice is the lead author of PwC’s Women in Work 2021 Index, which measures the OECD’s progress towards gender equality in work, and discusses the impact of COVID-19 on women’s employment outcomes. pwc.co.uk/womeninwork
Niamh Kingsley is a Data and Technology Manager at JDX Consulting, currently studying a masters in Neuroscience at King’s College London. Both Niamh’s professional and academic career has been no short of the ordinary, from reading a Bachelor’s degree in International Politics, to her extensive qualifications in Python, Swift, GitLab and many others, Niamh is a shining example of how to break into the data industry in style! As a frequent content contributor to ‘Towards Data Science’ publications, Niamh is passionate about understanding the depths and limitations of AI in both the natural and technological world. She is an avid gamer and has formed a series of panels in her career, including most recent Multiverse’s Women in Tech: Developing the Leaders of the Future.
Noaman Mangera is an Analytics Consultant at Bizatory who shares a strong passion for data. His day-to-day role has exposed him to the intricacies of data analytics, from cleaning, analysing and visualising data in a way that can communicate the most compelling stories using software such as SQL, Tableau and Python to name a few. Noaman frequently demonstrates his knowledge and understanding in this field by writing about the current trends in data visualisation, business analytics and machine learning for LinkedIn and is passionate about teaching others and sharing his own experiences of dealing with data.
Prerna Goel is not only a highly recognised leader and gamechanger in the payments technology industry and has taken on a number of senior positions in her career, she is also the She Loves Data London Chapter founder and lead. Prerna would love to discuss all things She Loves Data and how you can benefit from the organisation. It will also be a great opportunity to discuss and ask questions about her career, particularly as a female in the industry. The London Chapter is really excited to meet its community, register now and we look forward to meeting you in person to discuss all things data
SLD London Chapter is excited to announce that Tibco Software is a proud supporter of this event.
Q. Is it free to join?
A. Yes! Participation is free, but slots are limited, so please register early!
Q. I’m based outside of Singapore. Can I still join?
A. Lucky for London, they are getting to run their first in person event and as such is only available for in person attendance in London.
Q. Is it only for women?
A. Just like all our She Loves Data #MeetUp events, this programme is open to all professional men and women. #HeLovesData too!
Q. Is this an interactive discussion or just a ‘listen-in’ event?
A. Definitely interactive! Your thoughts, feedback, and questions are most welcome and will be entertained during and at the end of the discussion.
Q. What if something comes up and I need to retract my registration?
A. Please be considerate and let us know if you won’t be able to attend the meetup in advance, so we can offer your place to somebody else.
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