Women in AI is a series of comprehensive profiles from IPsoft that recognizes and highlights the powerful work being done by women who are adopting and promoting AI technologies in their companies and organizations. These executives are at the forefront of the
AI-enabled revolution, propelling their businesses forward and creating massive change across industries.
Learn the stories of these dynamic, multi-dimensional leaders and understand their journeys, in the hope that sharing these stories will open the door for more women to pursue careers in STEM and shrink the industry’s gender gap.
Chetan Dube, Amelia CEO, and Marie Angselius-Schönbeck, Amelia Corporate Communications and Founder of Women in AI
"…[it’s] not where I had expected I'd land... but it has been an exciting ride and now I can't picture myself anywhere else. Innovation, robots, and machine learning – what's not to love?”
“We have entered a time and a phase in history that I believe will be called the ‘hybrid workforce economy,’ with humans and robots working together.”
Kids Code Jeunesse
“AI has the ability to solve massive global problems, from climate change to health, and it’s our kids who need to be equipped with the tools and skills to solve them.”
"Overcoming risk and building trust is important. We must engage in dialogue with people around these perceived fears [of AI]."
AI in Education Advocate
“Don't be afraid to take control of a situation and prove that you know what you’re talking about."
Fortune 500 financial services company
“There’s a stigma and it’s intimidating. Giving girls that confidence earlier on, identifying that passion and interest, then they know they can do it. That’s really important.”
Nadia C. Rojas Ramírez
“If we sensitize women to all of the fields in which AI can be applied, it can become much more attractive to them because the vision they might have is very skewed.”
Elsa M. Cabral
LifeLabs Medical Laboratory Services
“I like to influence change at scale with populations of people, so this seemed like a great fit.”
“Don’t let anyone discourage you from trying something new. And ignore the gender stereotypes.”
BMO Harris Bank
“The key to success is to [remain] sharp and curious.”
“Be clever […] know the rules [so you] can break them.”
“Each individual brings a different perspective, regardless of gender, through his journey, [and] his experience [… this] mindset will allow more women to pursue careers in this environment.”
HN Holdings B.V. and HNH Solutions
“Live and breathe STEM because, at the end of the day, it is who we are — how we operate and what we can be. Find that connection between a career in STEM and your everyday life.”
“It takes one person to believe in you, and that one person can help you go the distance.”
Ainhoa Jimeno Balaguero
“What I like most about my job is having the possibility of changing how we do things, by mixing technology, management and enthusiasm.”
Marsh & McLennan Agency
"Utilize your resources and networks, online and off. Don’t let anyone discourage you from pursuing your goals!"
Mc Luhan Consulting
“In the future, we all have our own digital assistants that generate live translations and personalize chats to our way of working.”
“Never forget that behind you there is a new generation of women trying to make a place in the world.”
“Young kids are surprised by everything, and everything is wonderful to do, and I want to emulate that feeling in my job.”
“Being the only woman in a room full of men will soon be a thing of the past.”
“I have always been fascinated with tech […] It’s a beautiful tapestry of ‘if-then’ statements that can do anything we can dream of. It’s like magic to create something functional from a bit of code.”
"[AI is an] art guided by human imagination that can go in the direction you want it to go.”
“It was a real eye-opener, realizing what tech can do as an enabler and building block for our democracy, and to empower individuals.”
Elena Sanz Varela
“People think the way AI works is like magic, which leads to incorrect expectations.”
The Sharp Index
“Take on opportunities that are a challenge. Use what you have and work to make things better."
Advisor & Trainer for Remote Learning and Virtual Work
“If you want something, you have to do the work. Don’t wait to be ‘discovered.’ ”
LibRT and Simacan B.V.
"If you don’t understand a system, then you don’t know when to update it if the environment changes. The human is in constant control and must remain responsible.”
“I believe STEM is much more female-friendly today than it was ever before.”
Ann Sung Ruckstuhl
“I enjoy challenges, without them life is boring. So, I wanted to make myself very uncomfortable.”
"AI is a technology that, for the first time in human history, will change our relationship with work."
"I’ve seen others fall in love with the powerful combo of technology and people and how it can help us get to a better place…that’s where the real magic begins."
Council on Competitiveness
“Understand what balance means in your life.”
Eva Valle Gutierrez
“[We must] allow cultural change, actions aimed to all, men and women, with a fundamental premise: Your gender does not define your future.”
Dr. Angela L. Walker Franklin
Des Moines University
“We don’t want to build for today, we want to build for the future – that’s the transformative vision for Des Moines University.”
BMO Financial Group
“My passion in math gave me the ability to see [the AI] trend and I want to be a part of it.”