About this event
We are really pleased to have Audrey Vanderghinste, Data Analyst at Dalberg Data Insights as this talk's speaker 👏
During this talk, we will dive into the work of a Data Analyst and talk about her journey into Data Science.
We will also have a look at some of the projects Audrey is handling and see how data insights help with decision-making process.
You will also be able to ask Audrey all your questions during the talk 💥
📇 About Dalberg Data Insights
International development actors and local governments must often work around data gaps when tackling important social challenges. At the same time, extensive data sources exist publicly and behind the firewalls of private companies, such as mobile phone operators, car manufacturers, retailers, banks, digital platforms, and satellite operators.
At Dalberg Data Insights (DDI), we identify the data solutions to international development challenges. We access, analyze, and integrate data from different sources to design tools and specialized analytics. DDI has more than eight years of experience in powering human decisions using strategy, data and technology across Africa, Asia, Latin-America, Europe and the US for leading partners such as the Mastercard Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Gates Foundation, and various UN bodies.
👨💼 About our guest
Audrey is a Data Analyst at Dalberg Data Insights, where she works at the intersection of project management and data science. She has experience handling projects related to the public health and agricultural sector. She is currently part of the UNICEF-DDI team that supports the Ugandan Ministry of Health’s decision-making with data insights concerning the COVID19-crisis. There, she leads the pilot phase of the Sub-national Precision Public Health initiative which aims to support the COVID-response of District Health Officials with district-level data insights.
Audrey holds a Master’s in Bioscience Engineering from the KU Leuven, specializing in life sciences and economic development. During her studies, she gained further practical insights into the agricultural and energy sector thanks to an internship, a study-project and research in Nigeria, Kenya, and Tanzania respectively.
🚀 About Le Wagon
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