The goal for this session is for everyone to walk away understanding how data inclusion is something we all must work to fix, as it’s not an issue isolated to people with disabilities. I will show how the lack of proper insights hinder everyone (regardless of disability status) from taking quick, appropriate, and intuitive action on any data-driven insight. This session will specifically cover the following topics:
Alex Kelly is currently a software development manager for General Motors who is very passionate about Big Data, IoT, Cars, Planes, and many other things. Before General Motors, Alex worked for Microsoft as a Product Manager on the Power BI team where he became familiar with many Big Data Tools. He passionately believes technology is the gateway to changing the world, and his goal is to empower everyone with technology.
In his free time, he usually can be found acting as a consultant for startups where he focuses on UX, UI, team/culture building, and service technologies.
Kim Le is currently a Program Manager for General Motors with a proven track record in leading large scales initiatives in the Sales and Marketing & Finance space. She holds a Masters in Management Information System and is passionate about providing technology that will help drive to better utilization of data for everyone.
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