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Female role models in technology careers

Speakers from Camelot ITLab are presenting again at the “Women in Data Science” conference

Mannheim, 2/27/2020 – Camelot Innovative Technologies Lab (Camelot ITLab) is taking part in the “Women in Data Science” conference for the third time in a row with female thought leaders from its own ranks. The aim of this series of conferences taking place around the world is to inspire young women and men to enter careers in technology, especially in data science.

The renowned Stanford University launched the “Women in Data Science” format in 2015, which is now a global movement with more than 150 regional events. The event day in the series organized by SAP will take place on March 4, 2020 in Walldorf, where a female expert from Camelot ITLab will be on the podium presenting alongside women speakers from SAP, the University of Mannheim and the EBS Business school: Dr. Iris Heckmann is a principal at Camelot ITLab and shares her findings from more than ten years’ experience in applied research and consulting regarding quantitative decision making in supply chain management and beyond.

The CAMELOT Consulting Group signed the Diversity Charter in the fall of 2019 and thus reinforced its goal of creating a work environment where all employees can experience appreciation and develop their talents – regardless of gender, gender identity, nationality, ethnic origin, language, religion or ideology, disability, age, sexual orientation or personality. This includes providing young people role models who open up new job profiles and careers to them.

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