Jackie Carter

Jackie Carter

Jackie is Professor of Statistical Literacy at The University of Manchester and the Academic Lead for EDI Disability. In 2023 she won an FDM Everywoman in Technology Award and in 2020 she achieved a One in Twenty Women in Data industry award and a National Teaching Fellowship - all in recognition of the Data Fellows programme she has developed to create opportunities for undergraduates, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds and underrepresented groups, to gain paid work experience in data and tech industries. Jackie works to connect education and skills to workplace needs. Her book "Work placements, internships and applied social research" was published by Sage in 2021. She presents and publishes locally, nationally and internationally Her recent work involves taking her data fellows programme to Latin America to support skills development for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). She sits on several academic advisory groups to inform the development of data driven research skills and training, is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, and an elected member of the International Statistical Institute. In addition to her academic role Jackie co-chairs the GM4Women2028 Comms group, is co-founder of the campaign group Equality Starts at Home and a board member of Lead5050.

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