Updated by Antivia Software on Nov 17, 2015
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Most influential women in business intelligence

Antivia's list of the most influential women in BI. Do you agree? Who else should be on this list? Feel free to add your suggestions!

Source: http://www.antivia.com/blog/?p=2435

Most influential women in business intelligence | Mico Yuk, Founder and President at Everything Xcelsius and The Xcelsius Gurus Network @MicoYuk

Considered one of the top Xcelsius dashboard developers in the world, Mico has been designing and implementing dashboards for large corporate clients since 2006.

Most influential women in business intelligence | Cindi Howson, Founder of BI Scorecard @BIScorecard

Howson launched 'BI Scorecard' in 2003. Scorecard provides side-by-side analyses of BI software products.

Most influential women in business intelligence | Jen Underwood, Founder and Principal Consultant, Impact Analytix @idigdata

With 20 years of business intelligence experience, Jen develops, reviews technical solutions, advises and performs industry analysis.

Most influential women in business intelligence | Piyanka Jain, CEO of Aryng Consulting @AnalyticsQueen

As the former Head of Analytics at PayPal, Jain believes you have to marry together the business and technical side of a problem to find a solution.

Most influential women in business intelligence | Yvonne Jones, Data Integration Director at Shire Pharmaceuticals

Results-oriented, visionary strategist and problem-solver - Yvonne has been driving BI strategy for Shire Pharmaceuticals for several year, always with an innovative eye.

Most influential women in business intelligence | Claudia Imhoff, Founder and President of Intelligent Solutions @Claudia_Imhoff

Imhoff is a consultant in business intelligence and data warehousing, and the co-author and/or author of five books and more than 100 articles on these subjects.

Most influential women in business intelligence | Jen Stirrup, Owner of Copper Blue Consulting @jenstirrup

Jen is a database strategist, SQL Server Most Valuable Professional (MVP), SQLFamily and community advocate, published author of Tableau Dashboard Cookbook and Teched Alumni speaker. Jen is also Director-At-Large (elect) for the Professional Association of SQL Server.

Most influential women in business intelligence | Jay Philips, CEO & President at TeamQualityPro

Jay founded TeamQualityPro (TQP) so organizations could implement a real-time integrated platform to evaluate the entire ecosystem of Application projects and development resources with drill down investigation into specific team activity. The dashboards present on demand information to make informed assessments from any location at any time. This solution helps organizations be proactive instead of reactive.

Most influential women in business intelligence | Fern Halper, Research Director for Advanced Analytics at TWDI.

Industry analyst, data analysis, predictive modeling, text analytics, big data and cloud computing

Most influential women in business intelligence | Jill Dyche, Vice President of Best Practices at SAS

Best-selling business book author.
As a female executive, Dyché readily admits that women often have to work a little harder than men. There will, she says, invariably be what she calls a “boy’s club moment.” But she also maintains that there are men in the industry who truly value having women on their teams.

Most influential women in business intelligence | Rita Sallam, IT Industry Analyst at Gartner

Analyst and published author at Gartner.