Partner, Tessellation Employee, Data Coach
Luke has been developing high-end, scalable data science and data visualization solutions for more than a dozen years and is a co-founder and Partner at Tessellation, a boutique analytics consultancy. He also co-leads Data Coach, a platform for professionals to learn top modern analytics at their own pace with the support of a dedicated professional trainer and mentor.
Luke has been a regular contributor to Workout Wednesday since 2018. Luke has lead Workout Wednesday Live in more than a dozen locations. He is also responsible for the creation of the website.
Founder & Managing Director, Jackson Two
By day Ann spends her time partnering with data extractors and business users to unlock answers within their data. Outside of work she leads the Phoenix Tableau User Group, loves contributing to global Tableau community initiatives, and stays active through blogging and Twitter. Ann is known for her clean and highly analytical visualizations, commitment to the community (including data+women), and infinite energy and optimism around all things data and Tableau.
Ann has been a regular contributor to Workout Wednesday since March of 2018. She and Luke presented Workout Wednesday at the 2018 Tableau Conference.
Senior Data & Visualization Officer, Jisc
Previously Lorna was apart of the second cohort of The Data School with the Information Lab. Where she learnt Tableau and Alteryx for 4 months and then 3 x 6 months placements using the skills learnt in the Data School. She is now using Tableau and Alteryx to transform Jisc, a higher education company providing analytics and support to Higher Education Institutions in the UK. Her secret power is LODs and her weakness is Table Calculation
Lorna has been a regular contributor to Workout Wednesday since 2019.
Sr. Business Intelligence Developer, Cerner
Sean is a Sr. Business Intelligence Developer at Cerner and has been using Tableau since April 2015. He is also Tableau Social Media Ambassador and an enthusiastic member of the Tableau community. As a regular participant in #MakeoverMonday, #WorkoutWednesday and personal data projects there is always something new on his Tableau Public profile. His work has been selected as “Viz of the Week” and is featured in the book, “#MakeoverMonday: Improving How We Visualize and Analyze Data, One Chart at a Time”. Sean’s blog is where he shares his learning and his insight.
Meera Losani Umasankar
Senior Specialist in Data Visualization, Integrated Health Information System (IHiS)
Meera works as a Senior Specialist in Data Visualization at Integrated Health Information System (IHiS) in Singapore. She has been using Tableau for more than 5 years now and is passionate about data visualisation. Meera’s an active member of the Tableau Community and she also co-leads the Data + Women community in Singapore!
Ivett became one of the first Hungarian Tableau power-users in 2012. Not just Tableau certified, Ivett has been a Tableau Ambassador since 2017. Currently, she is Starschema’s senior data visualization expert, leading a team of 10+ dataviz developers, developing dashboards, delivering user training sessions, and teaching dataviz related courses at Hungarian universities.
Senior Analyst, SC Johnson
Caitlin’s love of Tableau took her from a career in Finance to the exciting world of data analytics and reporting. She uses Tableau daily in her role at SC Johnson to build executive dashboards and quickly perform ad-hoc analysis. Caitlin started the weekly Workout Wednesday challenges in 2019. Her only regret is not participating sooner, as they’re a great way to learn new features and grow existing knowledge.
Lindsey Poulter is a Tableau Public ambassador and 2019 Iron Viz Finalist. She enjoys finding new and innovative ways to create user interfaces in Tableau. Currently, she works at Wells Fargo as an analytics consultant, where she is responsible for creating dashboards for executives and customers within the IT department. She has been using Tableau for 5 years and has worked across various industries, ranging from pharmaceutical marketing to financial software.
Head of Experience Engineering, Pluralsight
Curtis is the head of Experience Analytics Engineering and loves crafting powerful challenges that appear devastatingly simple. In addition to contributing to the blog, Curtis regularly records walkthrough videos to help alleviate the pain of a difficult workout. The weekly walkthrough videos can be found on his YouTube channel.
Curtis was a guest contributor in 2018 and joined the team full time in 2019.
Head of Centre of Excellence and Customer Advocacy, The Information Lab