women in analytics

HDAA's Women in Analytics discussions cover a wide range of topics, limited only by the imagination of its advisory group. Technologies, work-life balance, remote work, career advice, ethics and equity -- all have been subjects of presentations and open-ended conversations.

The group meets quarterly and hosts networking and roundtable discussions at our annual conference.

Women in Analytics Advisory Team

  • Lynsie Daley Intermountain Health, chair
  • Sallie Owens Emory University, co-char
  • Katherine Shortt Ambry Genetics, co-chair
  • Tammy Christensen Intermountain Health, secretary
  • Lyndia Hayden Mount Sinai Health System, work-life balance
  • Robyn Pingel Stanford Healthcare, outreach
  • Erin Swiatocha  VHC Health

Upcoming events

None scheduled.

Recently completed events

June 26, 2024: Lynsie Daley, Hetal Rupani, and Erin Swiatocha described their very different paths that led to their careers in healthcare analytics.

March 27, 2024: Carole Piovesan of INQ Consulting, who delivered the keynote address at HDAA 2023, continued her review of regulation and governance around AI in healthcare. Lyndia Hayden of Mount Sinai Health System presented a project using AI to identify and reduce unintentional bias in clinical notes.

December 13, 2023: The Mount Sinai Office for Diversity and Inclusion presented their use of geospatial and census data to highlight inequities in healthcare delivery.

September 27, 2023: Lyndia Hayden and Jennie Macy led a discussion on work-life balance.

June 28, 2023: HDAA board member Lynsie Daley moderated an open-ended roundtable.

Click here for the full archive of women in analytics recordings. The archive is available only to HDAA members.

Want to join the conversation?

Post a question on the Women in Analytics forumAccessible only by HDAA members.

For more information, or to volunteer for the advisory team, contact Bruce Douglas HDAA Programs