Soo Sien Tay | 05/06/2019 Jana Marlé-Zizková, Co-founder of SheLovesData and CEO of Meiro, at the Women in IT Asia Awards 2019 Singapore-based She Loves Data is the winner of this year’s Diversity Initiative of the Year at the inaugural Women in IT Asia Awards at Shangri-La Hotel on 29 May 2019. She Loves Data is a non-profit movement that is making...

Vanessa with Alexandra | 12/08/2019 Tired of hearing the career advice to pursue your passion? There is a certain satisfaction in choosing a profession that allows you the lifestyle you want. She Loves Data member Vanessa chats with Jennifer Pattwell, a partner specialising in financial services risk management at PwC Singapore, about her career journey that spanned multiple cities and finding...

Alexandra | 21/07/2019 Earlier this month, we talked about sharing knowledge through data-driven stories in our interview series. This time we ask, what's it like to be working at the edge of the world's knowledge? Meet Dr Yvonne Gao, a research scientist with A*STAR. She's developing key building blocks for universal quantum computing, a hot topic where the experiments require temperatures...

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Alexandra | 07/07/2019 What does a career based on telling stories with data look like? An interactive graphics journalist with The Straits Times, Rebecca Pazos introduces us to data journalism. It takes a nose for storytelling, a mix of skills, and above all, teamwork, especially when you also have a full-time job as a mom to a toddler. Read on! Share a little...

Alexandra | 16/06/2019 Ever doubted a career decision you've made in the past? Anila Federicks' experience shows how the idea of a right or wrong career move can be a fallacy, it's what you make out of your decisions. By defying conventions, first by joining a grad program as a mature candidate and then applying for a role others thought was...