The technology space is largely male-dominated, even today. Women and the nonbinary are most certainly freer than before to call shots and make decisions that move global businesses & influencing economies. But, modern-day conferences, seminars, and now online digital events lack gender diversity when it comes to representation. We don’t get to hear about many women leaders until they break the roof of the Whitehouse’s or the glass hall of the Swedish Nobel Committee or ages after we’ve lost them.
Enter the Digital Innovation Virtual Conference 2020. You have 9 women leaders from global technology companies ready to meet on Nov 5, 2020, during the digital innovation virtual conference organized by InnovationDigi. Yes, a large part of the decision making is in control of the Sponsors. InnovationDigi could only make a mindful proposal to nominate more of their women in leadership.
Kaitlin Reimann, Americas Transformation Lead at Google
Kaitlin is a transformation leader who is passionate about harnessing ideas, data, and the collective power of people, corporations, and nonprofits to change the world. Before joining Google, Kaitlin co-founded and led uBack, a fintech company revolutionizing how individuals and companies can give to their favorite nonprofits. Earlier in her career, Kaitlin spent a decade with Accenture, most recently serving as the North American lead for Financial Services’ Change Management. She has award-winning experience in helping Fortune 100 companies manage/implement change and has spent her personal time serving on nonprofit boards and building partnerships that solve community issues. Kaitlin is also on the Advisory Circle for Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Women’s Philanthropy Institute. Before Accenture, Kaitlin worked as a journalist for the Irish Independent in Ireland and CBS News in Boston and Chicago.
Kaitlin channels her energy into helping organizations create stronger, healthier communities, such as Heartland Alliance, Cook County Health Foundation, Girls Take Charge, Ryan Banks Academy, and New Sector Alliance. Source: LinkedIn
Sara Robinson, Developer Advocate at Google
Sara is a developer advocate on the Google Cloud Platform team, focused on machine learning. She inspires developers and data scientists to integrate ML into their applications through demos, online content, and events. Sara has a bachelor’s degree from Brandeis University. Before Google, she was a Developer Advocate on the Firebase team. When she’s not programming, she can be found on a spin bike, listening to the Hamilton soundtrack, or eating froyo. Source: Google
Kelly M. Credille, Research Fellow, Diagnostic & Experimental Pathology at Eli Lilly and Company
Dr. Kelly M Credille is working as a Director in the Diagnostic and Experimental Pathology at the Eli Lilly and Company, US. She has focused her career on comparative pathology and translational medicine to improve human and animal health. She develops biomarkers by correlating gene and protein expression with morphology to match patients with medicines in her current role. Consequently, she has a strong interest in image analysis and the application of deep learning tools to morphology and pathology. To this end, she believes the future of anatomic pathology is its transition from a descriptive to a quantitative discipline.
Kelly M Credille’s expertise in Drug Discovery, Drug Development, Oncology, Pharmaceutical Industry, Clinical Development, Toxicology, Biotechnology, Biomarkers. Source: InnovationDigi
Dr. Deepika Vuppalanchi serves as a Senior Medical Director at Precision Value Health that focuses on marketing pharmaceutical science. Deepika is closely involved in understanding customers’ beliefs and behaviors so that she and her team can craft the most impactful messaging to reach the target audience. Her works involve the amalgamation of complex science and human behaviors to weave together an accurate, compliant medical story. Deepika has closely partnered with major pharmaceutical companies for close to a decade and has played a crucial role in developing brand marketing tactics that creatively anchor brand strategy to clinical science and market insights. Source: InnovationDigi
Vanessa Williams, Cloud Architect, SaaS at Indiana Office of Technology
Vanessa is a cloud architect at the Indiana Office of Technology focused on helping state agencies adopt Software-as-a-Service solutions. The Indiana Office of Technology is a trusted enterprise-technology provider that enables its partner agencies in Indiana state government to deliver high-quality services to citizens securely.
Working in state government since 2012, Vanessa has been a fixture in the state’s journey to the cloud. She is extremely proud of the state’s work to build foundational cloud enablement capabilities focused on governance, standards, and strong identity. It is thanks to this work that state agencies have many options for building their own cloud story. Source: InnovationDigi
Yue Webster, Director of Translational Informatics at Eli Lilly and Company
As the Director of Translational Informatics at Eli Lilly, Dr. Yue Webster leads a multidisciplinary team to deliver innovative solutions for Lilly’s Research and Development division. She has 20 years’ experience in quantitative disciplines: Cancer Genomics, Toxicology, Computational Chemistry, and Artificial Intelligence. Yue has developed computational applications for Oncology, Diabetes, Neuroscience, and Immunology. She has published in Cancer Cell, Nature Pharmacogenomic, Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, and other research journals. As the Business Relationship Manager between Oncology Research and RIDS (Research Information & Digital Solutions), Dr. Webster works closely with scientific partners to define and deliver value from public and proprietary datasets, including -omics, pre-clinical, clinical, and real-world data. Source: InnovationDigi
Purnima Kuchikulla heads post-sales at Privacera, where she works with customers on their cloud and big data strategies. Purnima is a big data evangelist with 15 years of experience in the industry. She is passionate about DevOps and K8S, working with multiple customers across Hortonworks, IBM, and ADP on their Kubernetes journey. An experienced leader with a proven track record in building self-sustaining, highly motivated teams, Purnima’s 18 years of experience extends to all parts of a corporation (Marketing, Finance, Sales, HR, Supply Chain, Warehousing, Business Analysis, Data Analytics, Project Management, and IT Architecture). Source: InnovationDigi
Katy Börner, Professor at Indiana University
Katy Borner is the Victor H. Yngve Professor of Information Science at the School of Library and Information Science and Founding Director of the Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center at Indiana University Bloomington. She is the curator of the Places & Spaces: Mapping Science exhibit. Her research focuses on developing data analysis and visualization techniques for information access, understanding, and management.
She is particularly interested in studying the structure and evolution of scientific disciplines, the analysis and visualization of online activity, and the development of cyberinfrastructures for large-scale scientific collaboration and computation. Source: InnovationDigi
Kulsoom Abdullah is a data science consultant at RADCube, a technology firm focused on healthcare and Salesforce consulting, and a machine learning engineer at Omdena, a global platform that enables organizations to build AI For Good. Kulsoom spearheaded many collaborations with global organizations to detect wildfires, fight sexual harassment, predict climate change, and prevent gang and gun violence. Kulsoom’s efforts led to an invitation to deliver remarks following then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the U.S. State Department’s Eid ul Fitr reception 2011. She is also the very first woman to represent Pakistan at the 2011 World Weightlifting Championships. The power woman is currently based in Atlanta, GA. Source: InnovationDigi
The Digital Innovation Virtual Conference 2020 has a commendable line up of immersive tracks in Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Cyber Security, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality, Enterprises Analytics in healthcare/life sciences, government, insurance/finance, academia, engineering/automotive, and technology. Some of the sponsors and panelists are/from Google, Celonis, Salesforce, Eli Lilly and Company, Accenture, GE, Optum, Roche, MS Companies, Eleven Fifty Academy, Indiana Department Of Child Services, Cummins Inc. Phoenix Data Corporation, Conference Ventures, LLC, Indiana University Bloomington, Privacera, Joint Ventures, Nationwide, PwC, TechPoint, and Purdue University.
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