Contributors

2018 CONTRIBUTORS

Rody ZakovichData Analyst / Tresta Inc.

Rody will write his bio when he’s good and ready, right now he’s building some crazy visual while you read this.

Ann JacksonSolution Architect / Slalom Consulting

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.

Luke StankeSolution Principal / Slalom Consulting

Luke works as Solution Principal for Slalom Consulting. During his time at Slalom he has lead Tableau training for 100s of individuals. As a former Data Scientist, Luke believes that in order for advanced analytics to reach end-users the data must be easily consumable and that Tableau is an ideal platform for data consumption. Luke also has expertise in several data science-related programming languages and certifications cloud platforms.

2017 CONTRIBUTORS

Andy KriebelHead Coach / The Information Lab

Andy is a prominent Tableau blogger. Andy utilizes his expertise to help all levels of Tableau users – beginner or advanced. Andy also leads the #MakeoverMonday project – one of the biggest social data projects of the past two years.

Emma WhyteHead of Centre of Excellence and Customer Advocacy / The Information Lab

Emma is a Certified Tableau Trainer and Consultant in the UK and one of the few women who are both Tableau Server and Desktop Certified. She is a big believer in enablement and training, which is why she partnered with Andy to start #WorkoutWednesday. Outside of Tableau Emma loves to be outdoors, whether it be cycling or hiking. Occasional cake baker too.