Data Voice according to me are not only those individuals who are working currently as a data scientist in big companies or working as any other data role but the one who always contributes to the data community and brings insights to it. individuals who are ready to help people in this community either by giving advice, providing us so much knowledge, providing us insights, or anything to help this community to grow.
Data Science being such a vast field and the knowledge we get every single day is enormous. being updated and getting knowledge from other people’s experiences is something I always recommend and is the best way to be up to date with this vast data world.
You can search for many individuals on LinkedIn or any other platform which suits you and follow them or connect with them to learn and grow together. So I have listed down few Data Voices you should follow on LinkedIn to be updated and grow together in this data community.
Kate is a well-known Data star. . She is the founder of the DATAcated Academy and the DATAcated Conference and also the Host of the DATAcated conference. She is a mother of 2 and also loves reading. She is the author of The Disruptors: Data Science Leaders, Journey to Data Scientist, Data Literacy for Kids (with Jordan Morrow), Mothers of Data Science (with Kristen Kehrer), and also plans to write a book called “ Color For Data Storytelling”.
Ravit Jain is the founder and show host of The Ravit Show. In his show, he brings data experts and experienced individuals in the data world to interview and provide us with knowledge through it. He closely works with authors to get the visibility of their books globally and collaborates with influencers, tier 1 websites, and podcast hosts to provide the best content for their channels. He is also an affiliate member of DATAcated and many more companies. He also provides a lot of free resources and content on his LinkedIn page.
Founder of LightsOnData.com and LightsOnData YouTube Channel Focused on providing informative content such as ONLINE COURSES, templates, guides, best practices, articles, white papers, and other useful resources to help you with your data governance and data management questions and challenges. Providing LinkedIn content strategy for data-focused companies and products, as well as those with a focus on artificial intelligence (AI), business intelligence (BI, data science, data management, and data governance areas. Host of Good Data Morning.
She is a Businesswoman, statistician, analyst helping companies harness the power of data. Driven analytics professional & strong supporter of lifelong learning. she hopes to bring Big Data technologies to the masses & exploit the potentials of emerging technologies. she is bilingual & passionate about international relations. Avid reader (bibliophile) & traveler. With trips to 50+ countries & first-hand experience in a variety of cultures & languages, she enjoys & thrives when working in an international environment. she is also the founder of #bookaweekchallenge.
Thom Ives is using analyses to make predictions describes his 30+ year career. He is a passionate data scientist that can do many other types of predictive analysis when necessary. Among his wide range of data science work, he has a particular passion for automating analyses and data visualization including animation when necessary. His main language for the past 20 years has been python, and he is skilled with many of pythons’ data science modules. his day to day post will make you motivated and get going.
With nearly a decade of experience fixing your dirty data, Susan Walsh is The Classification Guru. She brings clarity and accuracy to data and procurement; helps teams work more effectively and efficiently; and cuts through the jargon to address the issues of dirty data and its consequences in an entertaining and engaging way. Susan is a specialist in data classification, supplier normalization, taxonomy customization, and data cleansing and can help your business find cost savings through spend and time management — supporting better, more informed business decisions. Susan has developed a methodology to accurately and efficiently classify, cleanse and check data for errors which will help prevent costly mistakes and could save days, if not weeks of laborious cleansing and classifying. Susan is passionate about helping you find the value in cleaning your ‘dirty data’ and raises awareness of the consequences of ignoring issues through her blogs, vlogs, webinars, and speaking engagements. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org..
Albert Bellamy is a recovering US Marine, transitioning frantically to civilian life and trying to carve out a place in this crazy data world. During a military career that took him from Private to Major, spanning continents and oceans, combat zones, and warships, he always found time to crunch the numbers. “I’m the only Marine who smiles when he sees a spreadsheet,” he says. Albert spent nine years working in logistics and supply chain analytics, working with an archaic DOS-based computer system and translating reams of code for military leadership. Readying fleets of aging trucks and howitzers for combat was an inherently analytical challenge. After ten years he switched to field artillery, again applying analytics to solve combat problems in Iraq and Afghanistan. He spent three years analyzing the Marine Corps’ manpower retention campaigns. He earned a Masters’s in Analytics from Naval Postgraduate School. Now he is serving his final year in the Marine Corps and working for Silvertone Analytics, analyzing social media data for their podcast/video channel. He appears regularly on the channel, interviewing luminaries such as Christina Stathopoulos, Angela Baltes, and Thom Ives. He is a firm believer in the power of enthusiastic online networking, engagement, and content creation. He is busy planning his next foray into the data analytics world.
Dr. AngShuMan Ghosh
Dr. Angshuman Ghosh is currently the Head of Data Science at Sony Research India. He has set up a best-in-class Data Science team for Sony in India, contributing to Sony’s success in India and across the world. Earlier, he has held leadership roles at Disney, Target, Grab, Spice, and Wipro. He is a Visiting Professor at top institutes such as IITs, IIMs, and XLRI. He is an Official Member and Contributor of the prestigious Forbes Technology Council and was awarded LinkedIn Spotlight 2019 as one of the most inspiring and engaging leaders. He also keeps posting content on his LinkedIn account about data science and all the many resources to help you in the field of data science.
Bernard Marr is an internationally best-selling author, popular keynote speaker, futurist, and strategic business & technology advisor to governments and companies.LinkedIn has ranked Bernard as one of the world’s top 5 business influencers. He is a frequent contributor to the World Economic Forum and writes a regular column for Forbes. Bernard Marr is one of the world’s most highly respected experts when it comes to business performance, digital transformation, and the intelligent use of data in business. He is the author of 15 books and hundreds of high-profile reports and articles.
Steve Nouri is a data science leader who has evolved the way people look at AI and innovations. An author, academic and technical leader by profession, he aims to inspire people through the latest technology trends and projects and empowers prospective data scientists through high-quality education and learning materials. He is a member of the Forbes Technology Council, ICT Professional of the Year Gold Disruptor, and an accomplished influencer on LinkedIn. From humble beginnings as a software engineer and startup founder, he has worked in different IT roles before joining the Australian Computer Society as the Head of Data Science and AI.
These are just a list of people which I have seen there content and contribution and of course, there are a lot of community member who contributes to the data world and I don’t think I will be able to write every single person’s name here but I can assure you that you can start from this list.
Every single person who contributes to the data community and helps others is a Data Voice. so keep helping and providing great knowledge and insights to the data world.