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84.51°s Jillian Payne on data storytelling V data visualization

84.51°'s Jillian Payne on data storytelling V data visualization

 October 28, 2019

Director of Data Science at 84.51°, Jillian Payne shared her experience and insight as part of a Miami University Alumni panel at Mercantile Library in Cincinnati, U.S. 

She shared how and why data storytelling might be a lifeline for those who feel like they are drowning in data.

Part of an expert data panel

Moderated by Sandy Steiger, the Director of Miami’s Center for Analytics and Data Science, the panel of experts dug into what makes data storytelling different than data visualization, how it’s impacting the business world and what the future holds for Miami’s continued academic leadership in this fast-growing sector.

The event was aimed at anyone navigating the depths of big data, and the panel discussion provided valuable insights from professionals who are leaders in the fields of data science and analytics.

Read more about this past event, the conversation and the impressive speaker line up inlcuding 84.51°'s Jillian Payne.

An impressive CV

8451 Jillian Payne Data Science

Jillian graduated from Miami University in 2009 with a degree in marketing and decision sciences. In her junior year at Miami, she fell in love with data, programming and the stories she could tell by leveraging data and programming. The summer between her junior and senior year, she joined 84.51° (then dunnhumby) as an intern and has remained with the company to date, currently serving as vice president, data science talent.

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