Top Big Data trends women and men business leaders need to be aware of
Interested to learn about the most exciting trends in data and analytics? How the landscape of big data is being transformed? What will fizzle out in the background? What skills are needed? How are different organization using data science? You must join us for the Women in Big Data panel and luncheon to share and learn about the top big data trends in 2019. On Wednesday, May 22nd 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm, we’ll enjoy a panel discussion with five accomplished data professionals as well as time to network over lunch.
Distinguished panelists include:
Dr. Karen Lynne-Daniels Ivy, Ph.D., is the Associate Dean – Innovation & Enterprise, Forbes School of Business & Technology at Ashford University. She is also acting Program Chair of the Bachelors in Information Systems for the Forbes School of Business & Technology, and co-founder of Visionary Expressions, LLC.
Alice Albrecht is a Manager, Data Science Strategy and Advising at Cloudera Fast Forward Labs. Alice holds a PhD from Yale in cognitive neuroscience where she studied how humans summarize sensory information from the world around them.
Barbara Eckman is a Senior Principal Software Architect at Comcast. She leads data discovery and lineage platform architecture and is also the Lead Metadata Architect for the Comcast Privacy Program.
Anupama Mohankumar is a Lead Data Engineer, healthcare innovator and technology enthusiast at Aetna. She leads a team of data engineers and is passionate about data, its management, security and related metadata.
David J. Ramos is a Senior Director of Engineering in Digital Transformation at CVS Health, where Dave leads high performing agile development teams that are empowering internal and external consumers in the CVS ecosystem to leverage the Machine Learning capabilities of our hybrid cloud big data platform.
Come learn from business leaders, solution engineers and data scientists from Aetna, Comcast, Cloudera Fast Forward Labs, CVS, and Forbes School of Business and Technology on what are the most exciting trends in Big Data in 2019. If you’ve got questions, bring it on. These accomplished data professionals are eager to answer and share their experiences. The focus of the Women in Big Data Lunch is diversity, so men are welcome too!
The panel is moderated by Oksana Walton, Director of Product Marketing at Cloudera.