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Make Data Work
March 5–6, 2018: Training
March 6–8, 2018: Tutorials & Conference
San Jose, CA
Frances Haugen

Frances Haugen
Data Product Manager, Pinterest

Website | @frizy

Frances Haugen is a data product manager at Pinterest focusing on ranking content in the home feed and related pins and the challenges of driving immediate user engagement without harming the long-term health of the Pinterest content ecosystem. Previously, Frances worked at Google, where she founded the Google+ search team, built the first non-quality-based search experience at Google, and cofounded the Google Boston search team. She loves user-facing big data applications and finding ways to make mountains of information useful and delightful to the user. Frances was a member of the founding class of Olin College and holds a master’s degree from Harvard.


1:50pm2:30pm Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Frances Haugen (Pinterest), Patrick Phelps (Pinterest)
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Data science is most powerful when combined with deep domain knowledge, but those with domain knowledge don't work on data-focused teams. So how do you empower employees with diverse backgrounds and skill sets to be effective users of data? Frances Haugen and Patrick Phelps dive into the social side of data and share strategies for unlocking otherwise unobtainable insights. Read more.