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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Rema Algunaibet Saudi Aramco
"The world empowers women. It is time for us to believe in ourselves and pursue the fields that we are passionate about. Take a step forward and the world will recognize you.”
Amanda Amaral TD
"…[it’s] not where I had expected I'd land... but it has been an exciting ride and now I can't picture myself anywhere else. Innovation, robots, and machine learning – what's not to love?”
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.”
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.”
Kate Arthur Kids Code Jeunesse
“AI has the ability to solve massive global problems, from climate change to health, and it’s our kids who need to be equipped with the tools and skills to solve them.”
Shelby Austin Deloitte Canada
"Overcoming risk and building trust is important. We must engage in dialogue with people around these perceived fears [of AI]."
Julia Aymonier AI in Education Advocate
“Don't be afraid to take control of a situation and prove that you know what you’re talking about."
Ainhoa Jimeno Balaguero Telefónica
“What I like most about my job is having the possibility of changing how we do things, by mixing technology, management and enthusiasm.”
Dr. Andree Bates Eularis
“[I]f you introduced Amelia to five-year-old girls they would want to be working in [the tech] space when they grow up. I think it's really showing them what's possible and exciting their curiosity.”
Sarah Boukhris-Escandon Fortune 500 financial services company
“There’s a stigma and it’s intimidating. Giving girls that confidence earlier on, identifying that passion and interest, then they know they can do it. That’s really important.”
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.”
Elsa M. Cabral LifeLabs Medical Laboratory Services
“I like to influence change at scale with populations of people, so this seemed like a great fit.”
Raagini Chadha Acronotics
“Don’t let anyone discourage you from trying something new. And ignore the gender stereotypes.”
Michelle Dupaix California Casualty
“Keep searching for knowledge, as knowledge is power.”
Brianna Elsass BMO Harris Bank
“The key to success is to [remain] sharp and curious.”