This summer, women have been making their mark across all industries. From technology to policing, SAS wants to highlight some impactful changes made over the past few months. Click through the articles below to learn about the way women are shaping the future.


Intern Spotlight

This summer, SAS hired some of the brightest students around the world. We interviewed two women computer science interns about their experiences at SAS and how they see the future of STEM.

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SAS Explore

September will bring exciting new content from fascinating speakers at the annual SAS Explore conference. Women analytics leaders will speak about topics such as AI and human rights. Make sure to register and find what sessions appeal to you! And keep a lookout for future blog posts about speakers after the event.

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Filling the skills gap

Data science and technology fields are growing now more than ever. With this ever-growing need for qualified people to fulfill career roles in these fields, let's give women every opportunity to close the skills gap. Watch the video below to learn more.

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30x30 Initiative

SAS has been working hard to support the 30 by 30 initiative. The goal is to have 30% of law enforcement organizations comprised of women by 2030. Diversity in any industry is essential, but even more so in policing. Having more policewomen will ensure less bias and more equality within our systems. Watch the free webinar in September to see how SAS plans to support women in law enforcement.

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Fighting the battle of child exploitation

As the internet continues to grow, it is becoming more important than ever to ensure children's safety across all digital devices. This webinar highlights an online tool created by some talented women that helps aid law enforcement in catching predators.

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Olivia Ojeda

Olivia Ojeda is an Associate Communications Specialist on the Thought Leadership, Editorial and Content team at SAS. In 2023, she graduated with a degree in Business Administration/Marketing from North Carolina State University. Day-to-day she helps write and edit collateral and enjoys creating colorful and creative blog posts.

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