Wendy Turner-Williams

Wendy is a proven business, data and engineering leader who uses communication, data, organization, and technical prowess to shepherd both enterprise strategic alignment, and tactical delivery of AI, data and digital transformation objectives.  With an eye for process improvement, workflow automation and service-oriented solutions, Wendy is a change-agent known for tangible impact, operational improvement, monetization realization, and risk mitigation that is amplified by her ability to build collaborative data-culture to ensure repeated success.

A known author, AI & Data thought-leader and speaker with 20+ years in AI, cloud-services, Data, and software.  Wendy has led AI & data strategy, CoE AI & Analytics, data architecture, data science & ML, data governance, data management maturity, literacy, platforms & services, privacy by design, and risk management at Accenture, Microsoft (Bing/MSN, Advertising and Azure), Salesforce, and Tableau.

On a more personal note, Wendy is the mother of 4 girls, and an active member in the Women in Technology, Women in Data forums.  Wendy is a public speaker, and advocate for Chronic Illness, blood/plasma donations and learning disability improvement due to her struggle with a genetic Primary Immune Deficiency disease, and experience navigating public school systems with a child who has ADD/ADHD, dyslexia and dysgraphia challenges.  Wendy studied European History, at Oklahoma State University.