After launching the Women of Analytics initiative last March, featuring remarkable panelists via Alteryx Hangout, and at a successful event during Inspire 2017 in Las Vegas, we're delighted to announce we will be hosting the very first EMEA Women of Analytics panel at Inspire Europe 2017!
You are invited to join Alteryx Chief Customer Officer and Co-Founder, Olivia Duane Adams for a luncheon on Tuesday 12 September where she will host an interactive panel discussion with brilliant panelists who will share their perspectives, challenges and tips to promote women's education and career growth in analytics.
Date: Tuesday, 12 September 2017
Time: 12:30 - 14:00
Location: Inspire Europe 2017, London, Tobacco Dock
Space is limited - Save the date! (Add to your Inspire Europe 2017 Agenda)
We would love to hear about the specific topics you have at heart, and the questions you would like to ask - let us know in the comments below!
Libby 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.
Samantha Hughes (@samanthaj_hughes)
Analytical System Developer,Property Department, Sainsbury’s
Samantha is a keen problem solver and technology enthusiast with over a decade of experience of handling data. She sits alongside a dedicated team of data experts to help improve strategic business decisions through the power of sound data. Her background is within Geographical Information Systems she has a First Class undergraduate degree from University of East London, a Master’s degree from Cambridge University and is a Chartered Geographer with the Royal Geographical Society as well as a member of the BCS. Outside of her working environment, Samantha is a full time mum to two wonderful girls, and loves to get involved within her local community.
Emily Chen (@echenty)
Tableau & Alteryx BI Specialist – The Information Lab
VP, Customer Support, Alteryx
As VP of Customer Support, Amy is focused on fulfillment and driving engagement, satisfaction, and retention. She joined Alteryx as the company's first inside sales representative, then soon took on the role of product manager, and later VP of Product Management. Her motivation and willingness to take on new challenges has made her a key contributor to the success and growth of Alteryx.
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Our panelists have been announced! We'll have a mystery guest join us as well to complement the panel.
We plan for this session to be interactive, so think ahead of the questions you would like to ask our panelists, or the topics you would like to talk through, and let us know below!
Big shout out to @JulieH for putting together such a fantastic panel!
For those who were lucky enough to attend the event live, what did you think?! What was your favorite question/answer? Do you have any pictures to share with the Community? Please feel free to reply with your thoughts! We'd also love to hear more from our wonderful customer panelists (@SeanAdams, @echenty, @samanthaj_hughes)!
Manager, Global Community Engagement
This really was a wonderful event, and an honour to be a part of it.
I thought that the discussion around the broader axes of diversity was very interesting, and we spent some time talking about how some people can be fully included and productive with very minor accommodations (e.g. hearing loss; colour blindness; family-care responsibilities; religious observations; etc). The starting point is talking to people; and understanding their needs.