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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.

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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.

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

Student of the month

Name: Ziyue Liu
Name of academic institution: Rotman School of Management
Name of program: Master of Management Analytics

What would be your dream job?
I am fascinated with numbers. My dream job is to use my domain knowledge and analytical expertise to create positive change such as create faster, better and more meaningful business solutions to influence organizational strategies. Data analytics in my mind, is never boring, every number is vivid as each number reflect past, present or future state and hold the possibilities 

Ziyue Liu

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 become a women in analytics student of the month or nominate someone you think has what it takes.

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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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