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Women in Data Science and Analytics
Developing the next generation of data leaders
We’re shining a light on women in data and analytics careers and creating a space for women in data-related careers to network, share stories, and be a part of a supportive community. Discover new opportunities, read relevant thought leadership, learn about data science events, and take your career to the next level.
- About Deloitte’s Women in Data Science and Analytics initiative
- Seizing opportunity and equality: The female chief data officer (CDO)
- Smart about cities: Women’s leadership in the connected urban environment
- Book club
About Deloitte’s Women in Data Science and Analytics initiative
Enhancing workforce diversity and fostering inclusive growth is top of mind for Deloitte, which is why we’ve developed an initiative focused on women in the data and analytics fields.
We’re committed to shining a light on female data leaders and creating a unique space for women in data science to network, share stories, and be a part of a supportive community.
Seizing opportunity and equality: The female chief data officer (CDO)
If your organization is like most, you’re likely wrestling with opportunities and challenges arising from the enormous volumes of data your business generates, collects, and distributes. As a result of these ever-growing volumes of data, CDO are becoming increasingly common in the C-suite—and this opens up a unique opportunity for women in data and analytics roles.
Smart about cities: Women’s leadership in the connected urban environment
Cities around the world are growing, and with the rise of ubiquitous wireless sensors and connected devices (the much acclaimed Internet of Things), there is an enormous opportunity to reshape the urban environment and better cater to residents. Initiatives to develop these “smart cities” are already underway, but unlike in decades past, when city design, planning, and integration were conducted largely by men, city leaders and planners today understand that they must draw from the full innovative and ingenious capacity of residents and professionals—both female and male.
Making bold choices
“When you’ve reached the top, send the elevator back down.” It’s a phrase we hear a lot when it comes to achieving career success and helping others. It sounds idealistic, but actions speak louder than words. The question remains: How can we, as leaders in the technology industry, support the career aspirations of the next generation of women?