Women in AI is a series of comprehensive profiles from Amelia that recognizes and highlights the powerful work being done by women who are adopting and promoting AI technologies in their companies and organizations. These executives are at the forefront of the AI-enabled revolution, propelling their businesses forward and creating massive change across industries.
Learn the stories of these dynamic, multi-dimensional leaders and understand their journeys, in the hope that sharing these stories will open the door for more women to pursue careers in STEM and shrink the industry’s gender gap.
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Michelle Dupaix California Casualty
“Keep searching for knowledge, as knowledge is power.”
Elizabeth Lindsay-Wood City of Hope Cancer Center
“I found early that I had a passion to lead and was given that opportunity early in my career.”
Carla Gentry Analytical-Solution
“If I could go back and do it all again I don't think I would have changed a single thing, because if I did I wouldn't be where I am now.”
Emily Giltner Staffmark Group
“There are so many ways to impact the world today, and really, it is such a small universe.”
Valeria Sadovykh PwC
“At the end of the day, technology is an extension of the human will, hence we shouldn’t be scared of technology, but we should be aware of its impact, so we can have a choice.”
Monique Weeks PT Solutions Physical Therapy
“If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you.”
Suzana Tadic BNP Paribas Securities Services
"There are fears we need to cope with but there are also unrealistic expectations that we need to manage.”
Patricia Faura Amelia
“Remember that what we underrepresent in number, we out-represent in courage.”
Mónica González Arrebola PepsiCo
“Technology will allow people to do many things, so the main thing is that you need to love what you do,” says Mónica. “The reason that’s so important is if you like what you do, then gender is not a factor.”
Dr. Maria Aretoulaki DialogCONNECTION Ltd.
“Always try and learn new things. Have an overview of emerging fields and try and see how they could be relevant to your current field, as well as the field you want to get into. That helps you see things more clearly.”
Namratha Nandagopal Resorts World Las Vegas
“We may be a victim of ‘imposter syndrome,’ but we must break the shackles of self-doubt to soar to success.”
Mounica Urity Fortune 500 financial services company
“You can never know it all. You must constantly learn something new to stay relevant. I know that sounds scary, but it’s actually really cool because you’re never bored.”
Karine Brunet Capgemini
“Please do not think about technology as a very complex non-human activity; instead think about humans developing technology for humans, and the impact it has and will have on society.”
Gaby Slezák Advisor & Trainer for Remote Learning and Virtual Work
“If you want something, you have to do the work. Don’t wait to be ‘discovered.’ ”
Maria Montserrat Medina Deloitte
“It doesn't matter what women or men choose to do as long as they do whatever they are best at.”