23rd May – Accenture
Join Women in Data UK to discover Accenture, and hear first-hand from colleagues who will share their career experiences, the exciting work they are involved in within the world of data and analytics, and how Accenture’s inclusive culture has enabled them to thrive.
What does it mean to be successful in your career as a woman working in data?
Success means different things to different people. Whether it’s working part time, taking parental leave, going on a sabbatical, being a working mother, finding time to indulge in your hobbies or achieving a work/life balance, success comes in many different forms. But what it takes to thrive is usually more defined and there are some traits common to all.
What are those traits? How can we develop and be mindful of them, keeping them at the forefront of our journeys? What combination of these make us thrive in our career and personal lives? Join us for an evening of diverse discussion, as we hear from highly accomplished women who are thriving in their careers and exploring this in detail.
Who should attend? Data practitioners of all levels with an interest to find out more about the consulting world.
Sessions and Topics
Belinda Djamson, Data & Analytics Management Lead – Not just AI, Applied Intelligence
Kumutha Swampillai , Consultant – A small cog in a Big Machine – Navigating a path from blue skies academic research to practical data science that impacts millions of customers
Amy Haskins, Manager – Around the World on a Roadmap
Natasha Close, Digital Business Integration Senior Manager, Applied Intelligence Delivery, UKI. – It’s possible; a Data Career alongside Sports & Sabbatical (for me, not kids)
Location and times
When: 18.00 – 20.30 on Thursday, 23 May 2019
Where: Accenture, 5th Floor, 30 Fenchurch Street, London. EC3M 3BD.