A NYC native, Nishat Anjum is a software engineer with an interest in human rights. Her heart for global citizenship is reflected in her extracurriculars and talks done at conferences that allow women of color and women of STEM fields to come together in a space best suited for idea sharing. When not behind a computer she can be found somewhere in the world getting lost and exploring new cultures. Contact
Data visualization can be a powerful tool for education and empathy. In this talk, I’ll go over how using D3.js to track Bengali immigration post independence helped not only resolve cultural identity but also revealed how immigration data for an emerging country is maintained and the negative effects that it can have on women and children.
|Unicorns Are Actually Terrifying: Diversity for Diversity's Sake||AlterConf San Francisco 2017||December 2017|