An online session of unmissable content from our GiD partner for #WiDweek.
Experian invites the WiD Community to help develop the 2021 Girls in Data journey – while celebrating the highlights and successes of 2020.
Last year saw the launch of Girls in Data at our flagship conference at the O2, with a film made by RANKIN and content from some of the industry’s innovators and shape shifters. The launch was incredibly well received and we were hoping to include GiD in our lineup again this year. As we’ve moved to a virtual event, we have a larger audience capacity and we would really like to engage you in the process of developing the journey of Girls in Data – all feedback gratefully received!
Please see below the schedule for the session. We’d love to see you there.
The Hosts: Experian’s Louise Atem Maynard and Emily Capewell
• Overview of 2020: The Data Challenges and Successes
• Experian will showcase the concept and impact of their Data challenge, hopes and aspirations
• Payal Jain, Chair of Women in Data, will lead the conversation on what’s next and how we can collective drive change and action in 2021
• Breakout collaboration sessions
• The session will close with a call to action and takeaway for WiDs to contribute to the agenda in the year ahead.
When: Tuesday, 24th November 2020, 4:00pm – 5:00pm
Louise has been specialising in research and innovation for the past ten years, working across academia and the public and private sectors. Her career began in multi-disciplinary material science research at the University of Manchester, before shifting focus to evidence-based policy and decision-making across a number of government departments.
Louise moved into the corporate innovation space when she joined BAE Systems, helping to set up their Future Ventures team. Louise is currently part of the Data Exchange at Experian, where she focusses on developing new propositions and services that allow Experian to take advantage of alternative data and drive financial inclusion for consumers globally.
Louise is also a passionate STEM advocate, and works across a number of charitable organisations to encourage young people from diverse background to pursue higher education and careers in STEM subjects.
Emily joined Experian in April 2019 and now lead Ways of Working and Innovation across our technology teams in Decision Analytics.
Emily has always worked in Technology Transformation but has a real passion for encouraging young people into STEM careers and giving back through sharing her experience and journey.