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Career Success: Practical Tips for Becoming Female Leaders in Tech

28. 1. 2021 @ 11:30 - 12:30 SMT


It is the start of the year – a great time to revisit where we are in our careers and our lives, and to consider ‘what’s next?’ Get some guidance from our wonderful panel of experienced female leaders in data and technology.

Take part in this interactive discussion as we explore
– how the data industry is shaping up because of the pandemic: this powerful change agent is transforming the way we work, accelerating digitalization, enabling cultural transformation and fueling innovation.
– The current state of female representation in leadership positions, and how this impacts growth.
– Inspiring stories and practical tips on how to: lead teams, become respected female leaders in tech, and work together to encourage a more diverse, data-driven and innovative future.
In addition: Grab a chance to win a 30-minute mentorship Zoom session with one of our panelists when you register.
Are you ready to take the next steps in your career? Register now!

This is a global online webinar! Join on 28/1/2021@11:30 SGT // 28/1/2021@14:30 AEDT // 27/1/2021@19:30 PST



Vice President of Marketing, APJ@Informatica
Tracy leads a rigorous marketing team at Informatica across Asia Pacific and Japan. She believes in using integrated data across the business applications to align marketing strategy with the buyer’s journey to drive business success. She is passionate about helping customers achieve transformative outcomes in their data-driven digital transformation journey. Tracy has over 20 years of marketing experience in the IT industry working with a vast number of partners across regions and continents. She has deep marketing and channel insights from her experience in IBM, where she spent a decade of her career. At IBM, she spent two years pioneering and opening 35 offices in geo-cities in ASEAN. After which, she led the APAC Partner and Program Marketing team at Red Hat Asia Pacific Pte Ltd. Her prime focus at Red Hat was to drive business growth through new partner ecosystems and acquisition of new customers.

Digital Innovation Leader @PwC Singapore
Carolyn Chin-Parry is the 2019 Woman of the Year at Women in IT Asia Awards. She is a Managing Director and Digital Innovation Leader at PwC Singapore and also leads PwC’s Asia Pacific Digital Upskilling Initiative. Carolyn is an active contributor at PwC Singapore’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee and provides pro bono digital upskilling for charities and social enterprises. She is a Board Director for a charity, the Digital Industry Vice Chair for the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Singapore, and sits on the Singapore Advisory Boards for the Australian Institute of Company Directors, She Loves Data and Executive Global Networks. A former Chief Digital Officer, Carolyn has led some of the largest transformation projects in Asia Pacific for multiple industries. She has been previously featured by The Economist, CIO Magazine, Standard Chartered Bank, Microsoft, IBM, Nomura and others.

Thought Leadership Consultant and Content Strategist, Former Managing Editor,@The Economist Group
Georgia McCafferty is an independent thought leadership consultant with more than twenty years of thought leadership, journalism and communications experience. Georgia previously worked as Managing Editor, Thought Leadership at The Economist Group in Singapore and prior to that was a digital producer at CNN International’s Hong Kong bureau where she wrote, produced and edited digital news and feature stories for the international website. Ms McCafferty began her career working at Morgan Stanley in London and Bankers Trust in Australia before making a shift to marketing communications, where she spent 15 years managing communications teams in Asia and Australia. Currently based in Brisbane, Ms McCafferty holds a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Hong Kong, a master’s degree in finance and marketing from the UNSW business school and a bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics from the University of Sydney.

Co-Founder & CEO, Meiro and SheLovesData

An avid data and diversity advocate, Jana is Co-founder and CEO at Meiro, a Customer Data Platform company. Jana has 20+ years of experience in business and digital intelligence, data warehousing and data mining, marketing, risk and fraud management. She holds degrees in Computer Science and Systems Architecture from universities in Sweden and the USA. Jana also headed country operations at Estee Lauder, Sybase, SAS and Socialbakers. A Czech native and Swedish citizen, Jana has been living in Singapore since 2011. In 2015 she started the data consultancy DataDriven Co, and thereafter, the MarTech start-up Meiro. In 2016, Jana co-founded the non-profit movement She Loves Data. Since then over 7,000 women have attended 100+ free data & tech workshops in Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Nigeria, and the USA. She Loves Data was awarded “Best Diversity Initiative 2019” by Women in IT Asia. From 2003-2006 Jana circumnavigated the world on a 38-foot sailboat.



Q. Is it free to join?
A. Yes! Participation is free, but slots are limited, so please register early!

Q. I’m based outside of Singapore. Can I still join?
A. Absolutely! This is an APAC-wide online event. You can join from any part of the world.

Q. Is it only for women?
A. Just like our regular She Loves Data #MeetUp events, this online webinar is open to all professional men and women. #HeLovesData too!

Q. Is this an interactive discussion or just a ‘listen-in’ webinar?
A. Definitely interactive! Your thoughts, feedback and questions are most welcome and will be entertained during the polling and live Q&A portions at the end of the discussion.

Q. What if something comes up and I need to retract my registration?
A. Please be considerate and let us know if you won’t be able to attend the online meetup a day in advance, so we can offer your place to somebody else.

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28. 1. 2021
11:30 - 12:30 SMT
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