THE WOMEN IN ANALYTICS PODCAST SPOTLIGHT

A Present Beyond Measure Show Roundup

Meet My Women in Analytics Podcast Spotlight

The Women in Analytics movement is becoming an unstoppable industry force. From the Women in Analytics Conference to the Digital Analytics Association WiA Community, female analytics practitioners are finally stepping into their power to support and uplift each other on their professional path.

I’ve had some amazing female guests on my podcast, The Present Beyond Measure Show. Starting in 2018, I made a commitment to work harder to feature a more balanced blend of guests on the show. 

Below is a roundup of all of my Women in Analytics data presentation rockstar guests to date. They’ve dropped infinite pearls of wisdom, and I’m thrilled to share them with you!

Ep. 009: Krista Seiden

Google Analytics Advocate

Krista Seiden is the Analytics Advocate for Google where she is responsible for educating and advocating for digital analytics and optimization best practices as well as running the GA Premium training program. Her work is influencing millions of people all over the world.

Kristen co-chairs the San Francisco chapter of the Digital Analytics Association (DAA) and a sought-after mentor for the Analysis Exchange.

Ep. 015: June Dershewitz

Director of Analytics, Twitch

June Dershewitz is the Director of Analytics at Twitch, where she oversees the digital analytics platform for the entire customer lifecycle. Previously, she was a member of the leadership team at Semphonic, a prominent analytics consultancy (now part of Ernst & Young).

As a long-standing advocate of the analytics community, she’s created Expansive thought leadership in Analytics. She maintains a board seat on the Digital Analytics Association, and has given countless talks with eMetrics, Analytics Demystified, and many other groups.

Ep. 023: Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic

Author of Storytelling with Data

Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic helps organizations become more effective recently published Amazon category bestseller through her blog, Storytelling with Data, and her acclaimed workshops. She recently published a wildly popular data visualization book, an Amazon category best seller, Storytelling with Data.

And in this episode, Cole dishes her top tips and insights into data visualization and practical applications on how to communicate effectively with data.

Ep. 034: Allison Hartsoe

Customer Centricity, Ambition Data

Allison Hartsoe is a celebrated speaker in the digital analytics industry, the first guest of my Women in Analytics Spotlight Series.

Allison is a highly successful serial entrepreneur who has founded three companies. Her current firm, Ambition Data, creates strong marketing ROI through customer centricity. She uses her understanding of the value of each and every customer to help companies build customer equity naturally.

In this episode, Allison shares her unique talent for navigating the intersection between presenting data, storytelling, and connecting with her audiences.

Ep. 038: Moe Kiss

Digital Analytics Power Hour Co-Host | The ICONIC

Moe Kiss leads the analytics team at The Iconic where she spends her days understanding customer behavior through data and analytics. She is an active organizer in the analytics community and President of The Analytics Association in New South Wales, Australia.

She co-hosts a bi-weekly podcast you may know called The Digital Analytics Power Hour on All Things Analytics. She is a strong advocate for gender and cultural diversity, organizational mentoring, and networking.

In this episode, Moe takes us on her thought leadership journey from stage fright to successful presenting.

Ep. 040: Kristen Sosulski

Author of Data Visualization Made Simple

Kristen Sosulski is an associate professor and Director of the Learning Science Lab at NYU Stern School of Business, but she is also the author of three books, her most recent one called Data Visualization Made Simple.

As a professor, Kristen teaches MBA students and executives data visualization, programming and business analytics. As Director, she develops immersive online learning environments for business school education.

In her interview, Kristen shares valuable insights about data visualization software, including a break down of the criteria to consider which data visualization tools and which charts work best for different business scenarios.  

I can’t wait for you to listen to these ladies’ infinite fountain of wisdom. And, there’s many more on the way!

For even more inspiration, Google Analytics has compiled a comprehensive and curated Women in Analytics Twitter list.

 

Who would you like to see in a guest spot on the Women in Analytics Spotlight?

Lea is a digital analyst and marketer turned Data Storytelling Evangelist. She trains thousands of digital practitioners and consultants in the art and science of impactful data presentation through her blog and podcast, The Present Beyond Measure Show. Lea is also the creator of The PICA Protocol™, her practical prescription for healthy, actionable data stories that inform decisions, spark ideas, inspire action, and make YOU indispensable.