The Department of Mathematics held the fourth seminar in the ‘Women in Mathematics’ series on Wednesday 7 March 2018.
"Women in Mathematics" is an academic, professional and personal development seminar series presented by leading female mathematicians to offer support, encouragement and advice to female staff and students. It also provides an informal networking opportunity.
Seminar 4's theme was "Meet the Alumni". Four LSE graduates spoke about their career paths and offered advice for our current staff and students.
Anastasia Kouvela: Anastasia is Principal in Operation Performance Transformation at A.T. Kearney, a global management consulting firm. She advises executive teams on challenges and opportunities in operations, more specifically related to supply chain, network design, post-merger integration and complexity reduction. Anastasia holds a PhD and MSc in Operations Research from LSE.
Claire Cheriyan: Claire joined Transport for London on a Transport Planning & Modelling graduate scheme, after completing an undergraduate degree in Mathematics & Economics at LSE. During this time she also studied for a postgraduate degree in Transport, focusing on transport modelling. Now a senior manager at TfL, Claire leads a team of modelling experts who support the delivery of the Mayor's 'healthy streets' vision.
Deepa Ramchandani: Deepa works for Capita Plc as Head of Financial Modelling. Prior to that, Deepa worked for Ernst & Young in London and KPMG in Singapore. She also occasionally teaches finance and modelling related courses, to both corporate staff and MBA students. Deepa has an undergraduate degree in Mathematics & Economics from LSE as well as a Masters in Operational Research.
Snežana Pejić: Snežanaobtained a PhD in Mathematics from LSE, supported by the Radiocommunications Agency. After her PhD, she joined a hedge fund called GLC and was there for 10 years. Now Snežana is a Senior Quantitative Researcher at Essentia Analytics in London, a company specialising on behavioural data analytics for the investment sector.
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Acknowledgements: The Women in Mathematics seminars have been supported by funding from the LSE Teaching and Learning Development Fund.