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Virtual Talking Data Series: Emma Gray - Group Exec Data & Automation (ANZ)

This event will be delivered via the Zoom

Developing a Data Culture in Large Organisations: Emma Gray, Group Executive, Data and Automation (ANZ Bank) in conversation with Prof. Ujwal Kayande

Emma Gray, Group Executive - Data & Automation at ANZ Bank, will talk about why a data culture is important and how it can be built in large organizations. Leveraging her experience of having led data enablement in two of Australia’s largest organisations, Emma will discuss specific ways in which an organization can develop and maintain a data culture.

About Our Speaker

Emma Gray was recently promoted to Group Executive, Data and Automation at ANZ. In her previous role as Chief Data Officer, she led the bank’s data strategy, including how data is defined, gathered, managed and protected. In her expanded role, she will continue to lead the transformation of the strategic use of data, as well as creating new customer insights and driving automation to ultimately improve customer experience.

Prior to joining ANZ in 2016, Emma spent three years at Woolworths where she most recently served as Chief Loyalty and Data Officer, reporting to the CEO. Before that she was a partner at Bain & Company, having worked across the United States, Europe and Australia for 15 years.

Important Event Details

This event will be delivered via the Zoom online application and will require a password to access. The webinar link and password will be sent to registrants via email a few days prior to the event.

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