Women in Analytics Network:
Canadian Chapter 

The Women in Analytics (WIA) Network is a SAS sponsored networking program aimed to strengthen diversity in the analytics field. The program will leverage the SAS values of authenticity, value for work/life balance and passion to build a community of women who are interested in and will advocate for Women in Analytics. Our audience is anyone wishing to contribute to, or build a career in analytics. 

Your voice matters, join the network to get exclusive access to networking events, hear from top women in analytics and stay current on the latest advancements in the world of analytics.


Unite Online

May 5 - June 9 ‧ Online

Join women in analytics from all over the globe to unite in a webinar series aimed to educate, enlighten, and upskill you through these precarious times. Click through to see the exciting line-up and attend all of them or just the ones that sound right for you.

Accomplished Women in Analytics Video Series: 


Think you have what it takes to be part of our video series?

    Student Spotlight

    Name: Mamta Gupta
    Name of academic institution: Smith School of Business, Queen’s University
    Name of program: Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence

    What is your dream job?
    My dream job is a position where I can leverage my analytical and technical skills to facilitate business decision making process and bring positive impact to communities. I am a mother to a 5 year old who is very prone to colds and needs certain medications every time he gets cough.  I would like to work on research project for asthma patients where I can gather data from different patients, analyze the patterns and build a model to pre-detect symptoms. This will help parents to take precautions in advance.

    SAS Canada Academic Program

    Visit our website to learn more about the free resources available for students, researchers and professors across Canada:


    Think you're at the top of your class?

    Submit your name to be featured in the Women in Analytics Student Spotlight or nominate someone you think has what it takes.

    Tips for Networking Success

    Women in Analytics Skills Development: Networking Fundamentals

    On-Demand Webinar

    Be inspired by the way data is shaping our world – for the better. When we engage in the power of data and analytics, we drive global innovation and women can help lead that change.

    Solving for weather related disasters: Disastertech Video

    Protecting fragile species through improved conservation funding

    IOM uses analytics in Nepal earthquake relief

    Using big data to predict suicide risk among Canadian Youth

    Data for good: Protecting consumers from unfair practices

    Supporting indigenous communities with analytics

    SAS is a natural for a leadership role for WIA, and not just because of the software. The company has fostered a culture of nurturing talent and accommodating the demands of family life, from on-campus day care and schooling at our Cary, N.C., campus, to progressive work-from-home and family leave policies across the organization. But we can only provide a stage; the voice must be yours. Join the network here. Together, we can create a resource that provides inspiration and practical learning, a springboard to opportunity, a forum for that voice.

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    Great Place to Work woman leadership award honors female executive from analytics firm SAS

    SAS named one of the 2017 Best Workplaces for Diversity by Great Place to Work® and Fortune

    Analytics: It’s a Woman’s World
    In at least one STEM field, women are as well-represented as men. 

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