WiDS Ambassador Inspires Women Across Colombia to Learn About and Pursue Opportunities in Data Science
WiDS Ambassador in Kuwait Gains Professional Skills as she Pursues Her Passion to Empower Women in Data Science
Aseel Al-Mesad is a WiDS Ambassador in Kuwait City where she is also the organization manager for the Women Data Community (WDC). Being a WiDS Ambassador has expanded Aseel’s skills, confidence and professional network, and deepened her commitment to empower women in data science.
WiDS Community and Resources Provide Opportunity to Launch a Career Using Data Science for Social Good
Rania Ahmed says WiDS has provided her with the confidence, skills and a network to take charge of her data science career. She holds an M.A. in Urban Affairs from the University of San Francisco and a B.S. in Urban Planning from Cairo University in Egypt. Rania is an alumnus of the first Wellesley College’s cohort of Women in Public Service Project (WPSP) and has been a Stanford University Women in Data Science (WiDS) Ambassador since 2018. She is currently a Research Associate at Urban Strategies Council, where she uses data science to develop policy recommendations for the public good in the San Francisco Bay Area.