In her Ted Talk, Gavriella Schuster, Corporate Vice President of Commerical Partner Team at Microsoft, shares that in 1991, 36% of the computing workforce in the United States was women. In 2020, that number fell to 25%. We're going in the wrong direction of gender equity in high tech.
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En SAS somos testigos de que el empoderamiento de las mujeres ha permitido abrir nuevos caminos en el mundo empresarial. Lo evidenciamos día a día con cientos de ejemplos provenientes de nuestros clientes, en mujeres que nos contactan cada vez con más frecuencia interesadas en aprender de analítica o de
While I am a woman in computer science, let me start by saying that I’m a reluctant coder. I have an eye for data but find the abstract nature of many computer languages to be very challenging and not something I typically love. My first experience with coding was in
Soccer (or football) fans everywhere will turn their eyes to France over the next month to cheer on amazing women from 24 countries contending on the global stage. These women compete at the highest level in an area that for too long was viewed as a man’s game. In many
IBF Free Webinar The Institute of Business Forecasting is offering a free webinar on March 29, 2018: Analytically Speaking: Transforming Forecasting & Demand Planning in a New Era The webinar will be delivered by Chad Schumacher, Senior Director of Global Analytics at Kellogg's, and you can register here. From the
Though I'm more of a marketer than a technologist, I do work at a technology company, which means I'm acutely aware of the well-documented shortage of analytical professionals. But there's another shortage in the field that doesn't get nearly the attention: the dearth of women in analytics. During her Analytics Experience 2017 keynote address, Reshma Saujani highlighted the issue,