In episode 79 of the Hyperautomation Minute, Sara Cordova, Acceleration Economy, Online Editor, hosts Christine Hunter, VP of Field Marketing, North America, Celonis and co-founder of Women in Process Mining, to discuss the mission of the Women in Process Mining organization as well as its outlook for the upcoming year.
00:17 — The primary goal of Women in Process Mining is to connect female leaders who either work in the field of process mining, study the concepts of process mining, or do research in the industry. The organization aims to magnify these women’s influence and voices in bringing them together.
00:35 — Women in Process Mining provides a community of best-practice sharing. Through its global network, the organization enables women to learn from each other, helping shape the future of process mining technology — and digital transformation — together.
00:49 — Hunter shares her enthusiasm for the year to come with the Women in Process Mining community. “We’re looking forward to expanding the network globally, and welcoming more women and allies into the community,” she highlights.
01:14 — Additionally, they will be expanding the mentorship program as well as hosting more networking and education events, both virtually and in person. Women in Process Mining will also be partnering with more universities and end-user and customer organizations to continue propelling its mission forward, “elevating the voices of women and magnifying their influence, and then paving the way for process mining together.”
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