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Line Up 2019

The complete Line Up of the IFRA/DCX 2019 can be found here from June/July 2019.

This was the Line Up of the IFRA/DCX 2018

8 – 9 October 2019 Side Events on 10 October Messe Berlin, Hall 21 – 22
  • Bailey Evans

    Moderation: Bailey Evans

    Coordinator, Technical Operations

    The New York Times

  • Ariane Bernard

    Ariane Bernard

    Chief Digital Officer

    Le Parisien

  • Cindy Taibi

    Cindy Taibi

    CIO

    The New York Times

  • Fiona Campbell

    Fiona Campbell

    Director of Digital

    BBC News

  • Dheerja Kaur

    Dheerja Kaur

    Head of Product

    The Skimm

  • Carolyn Wakulchik

    Carolyn Wakulchik

    Content & Learning

    Tech Ladies

Women in Tech

At The New York Times, they state that "building a diverse and inclusive workplace is essential to our mission. It enriches our report, because journalists with diverse backgrounds reflect the society we cover. As noted in our Diversity Report, many of the numbers are moving in the right direction — though not far enough or fast enough. However, there is evidence that our efforts are already paying off."
This session will begin with a case study by two leaders from The Times, followed by a panel of female business leaders sharing insights and strategies about the benefits and difficulties of driving up the representation of women in the workplace.

Vita Moderation: Bailey Evans

Bailey Evans is a Coordinator for Technical Operations at The New York Times. Previously, she was a Talent Associate at Hillary for America.

Vita Ariane Bernard

Ariane Bernard is the chief digital officer at Le Parisien, in Paris, since May 2017. She oversees all sides of the digital business there: engineering, product, audience and business development, and innovation. In addition to her role at Le Parisien, she is a board member of Geste, the French online publishing industry trade group.

Prior Le Parisien, Ariane was the editorial products lead at Taboola in New York and Los Angeles, where she oversaw the creation of tools intended for editors and reporters to aid in audience development, data insights, and A/B testing.

Before Taboola, Ariane spent 14 years at The New York Times in various editorial roles in Paris and New York, including as homepage producer and senior editor for the Global edition. She then moved to product-oriented roles based in the newsroom, as a product manager on the CMS and WordPress teams, and as the editorial stakeholder for engineering, product and design teams working on the web frontend platform.

Vita Cindy Taibi

Cindy Taibi is Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at The New York Times. In her role, she oversees all Enterprise technology including infrastructure, end user services, back-office systems, enterprise productivity, and print publishing systems. In her prior roles, she was also responsible for advertising systems, and IT operations at the company’s former regional media businesses. Cindy is a 37-year veteran at The Times, and has seen decades of cultural change. She is a co-leader of the Women in Technology initiative, and has helped developed numerous programs to address the advancement of diversity within technology. Cindy is the company’s first female CIO.

Vita Fiona Campbell

Fiona Campbell is an expert digital content creator who puts audiences at the heart of the content she creates.


Fiona founded BBC Stories the pan BBC content stream that focuses on women and the under 34 audience. At the core of delivering to this challenge is The BBC News Digital Pilot team - their mission is to originate and share digital knowledge and culture with BBC News leaders. Digital pilots embody and encourage experimentation without fear so BBC journalism can innovate and engage all audiences.


Staff progression and development is a key part of BBC News digital strategy – we need to reflect our audiences in our staff mix if we are to serve all.


As a TV director Fiona made current affairs and documentary films all over Europe, Africa, Afghanistan, Iraq, Kosovo and Cambodia. She also developed significant expertise in undercover filming at the BBC and Channel 4 in the UK.

Vita Dheerja Kaur

Dheerja Kaur is Head of Product and Design at theSkimm, a company that focuses on delivering news and information into the routines of female millennials. They have an audience of millions who engage with them daily via their newsletter, app, and audio/video products. Prior to joining theSkimm, Dheerja was an engineering and product leader at ESPN, working across all of their digital products and spearheading major initiatives like internationalization of ESPN digital properties, Grantland, some of their flagship apps, and a relaunch of ESPN.com.


Throughout her career Dheerja has been a major advocate for women in the technology and media industries. At ESPN she spearheaded several diversity and inclusion initiatives and helped revamp their recruiting practices, increasing the percentage of women across the technology org over the years. She joined theSkimm as its 12th employee and built the product, design, and engineering teams from the ground up, focusing on all areas of diversity. Now at over 75 employees, theSkimm is women-led and the product, design, and engineering teams are over 70% women. Dheerja has also been a leader in the larger technology and media industries, speaking at conferences and events about how companies both big and small can create a diverse and inclusive environment.

Vita Carolyn Wakulchik

Carolyn Wakulchik is a senior learning designer and product manager who works with growing, mission-driven companies to operationalize learning. She's developed products and built teams at Georgetown University, General Assembly, Heal, Inc., and, most recently, Uber.

Carolyn joined Tech Ladies in 2016, founding the Los Angeles chapter and moving on to manage all city organizers nationally. Now, she drives the learning arm of the business, curating webinars and learning content, and partners with progressive businesses to host events in San Francisco.


Earlier in her career, Carolyn worked for Teach For America and revised the curricula at an all-boys' school to include women's and diverse voices. In grad school, she specialized in designing tech-based curricula to support non-traditional and working class students at elite universities and presented her work at the Working Class Studies conference. While at Georgetown, she also managed the University Women's Center, including its volunteer training. Carolyn is currently a member of Women of Uber, an Employee Resource Group (ERG), and supports inclusive product design by partnering with members of Uber's Diversity & Inclusion team to design all learning products.

 

Moderation: Bailey Evans

Coordinator, Technical Operations

The New York Times

Ariane Bernard

Chief Digital Officer

Le Parisien

Cindy Taibi

CIO

The New York Times

Fiona Campbell

Director of Digital

BBC News

Dheerja Kaur

Head of Product

The Skimm

Carolyn Wakulchik

Content & Learning

Tech Ladies

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