Alteryx | Hangout has finally returned, for a very good cause: In honor of Women History Month, Alteryx will be celebrating Women of Analytics around the globe.
Join our Chief Customer Officer and Co-Founder Olivia Duane Adams and brilliant panelists to hear about their stories, challenges and tips to promote women's education, career growth and to support a better working, more gender inclusive world.
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Olivia Duane Adams ( @LibbyD )
Chief Customer Officer & Co-Founder, Alteryx
As Chief Customer Officer and a founding partner of Alteryx, Libby is responsible for overseeing and maximizing the complete Alteryx customer experience, from engagement to on-boarding, communications, performance, and retention. She has interacted with nearly every Alteryx customer, giving her a holistic perspective of the overall experience from implementation to adoption success.
Cady Brooks (@Cady)
Technology R&D Analyst, BI Incorporated & Denver User Group Leader
As an Analyst, Cady researches emerging technologies, performs evaluations and develops prototypes for offender monitoring products and services. Cady has used Alteryx for over 5 years, developing spatial processing solutions for Community Corrections. She has helped her company generate revenue through analytic solutions and serves as the SME for deploy and manage their Alteryx environment. Ms. Brooks earned a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Colorado.
Senior Global Researcher, Twitter
Angie wears many hats in her current role as a researcher. From using Twitter's rich data sets to provide insights through blog posts to designing custom experiments for Twitter's largest advertisers, she crafts compelling stories that connect the "what" and the "why" to prove the value of Twitter. Prior to Twitter, Angie was in analytics consulting and academia.
Abby Hazlett (@AbbyH)
Senior Data Analyst, Alteryx
Abby's role as a Sr. Data Analyst at Alteryx is to provide business leaders with analysis of company operations, user experience, and industry trends. In a prior job she earned the nickname Data Diva, which she considers a badge of honor. She holds a PhD from Northwestern University. Abby loves using numbers to build compelling stories, help people gain new insight, and solve problems.
Irina Mihai (@irina_mihai)
Web Analytics Manager, eCommerce Western Europe Adidas
Irina is currently working as a web analytics manager for the e-commerce business of Adidas and Reebok in Western Europe. She uses a variety of tools (web analytics, Alteryx, Tableau) to gain actionable insights into online consumer behavior, product performance, and marketing effectiveness with the purpose to enable data-driven decision making at all levels of the organization.
Rhianna Thomas (@rmthomas)
Sr. Data Analyst, Analytics & Metrics, Mastercard International
Rhianna Thomas is a part of a small team of data analysts that is helping to strengthen the analytic-centric culture of Mastercard's shared services organization. In this role, Rhianna is responsible for leading data preparation, data analysis, and data visualization for the group. Her current focus is on travel and entertainment compliance analysis to mitigate risk through corporate card usage and on developing and preparing management reporting. Rhianna received her B.A. in Finance from Indiana University, New Albany and currently sits on the leadership committee for the St. Louis Alteryx User Group.
We look forward to having you join us!
What would you suggest for an inspiring data scientist?
My major is Information Analytics and Data Communication. I have a very strong math background, know basic Java, am working towards a certificate from Microsoft in Data Science, and am working on a Kaggle competition. What do you suggest for career? I'm a Senior graduating with my B.S in December, but I am going to Graduate School.