With the holidays and the new year quickly approaching, it's the perfect time to reflect on what to celebrate from 2023 and what to look forward to in 2024! With this in mind, WIA wants to share some of the influential moments it has been a part of and some exciting things coming up.


2024 Predictions

Check out some of our predictions for tech in the upcoming year, including predictions from some of our favorite women in analytics, and comment to tell us what trends you think 2024 will bring.

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Women fighting child exploitation

The internet has given us access to information like never before, but it can also be a dangerous place to navigate at times. It has become harder than ever to keep children from falling prey to some of these dangers. In this blog post, you will learn about eight women who fight daily to make the web safer for kids.

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Kick-off with Carla Harris

This fall, women leaders in multiple industries, from health care to technology, heard one of the most powerful women on Wall Street, Carla Harris. Carla has advocated for women throughout her career and continued to do so for the kick-off event for SAS' Women’s Executive Engagement Series. Read on to learn what she shared!

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Fraud week with Theo Lau

For fraud awareness week this year, Stu Bradley, Vice President of Fraud and Security Intelligence at SAS, interviewed a influential woman in the financial services industry, Theo Lau. Theo is a strategic advisor, author, podcaster and founder of Unconventional Ventures. In this interview, she discusses how financial service firms can rise to meet their customers' expectations for better safeguards against fraud.

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SAS Innovate 2024

SAS Innovate is coming to town, and early-bird registration is now open! Watch some of the brightest minds and intelligent women in the tech industry demonstrate products and discuss the future of technology and AI.

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. Click below to learn more about the initiative and the free training courses SAS offers.

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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.


  1. Thanks for the post Olivia. It’s a joy to engage with creative and committed members of WIA. Happy Holidays to all of you.

  2. Thanks for the post Olivia. It’s a joy to engage with creative and committed members of WIA. Happy Holidays to you all.

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