At SAS, we know that empowering women is crucial to innovation and business success. Join us in celebrating International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month with stories, events and resources to empower and inspire.  

Live Event: Maximize Your Career Success with Pearls of Wisdom from Author, Leader and Mentor Carla Harris

Join us on Monday, March 8 | 1 – 2 p.m. ET  to celebrate International Women's Day with Carla Harris, a powerhouse speaker, renowned author and esteemed businesswoman. She’ll share her hard-earned pearls of wisdom, challenges she’s overcome, and career advice gleaned from nearly three decades on Wall Street. Register here.

International Women’s Day

SAS will become one of only three organizations to have ever received this honor for creating a culture that encourages women to achieve their full leadership potential and giving back to communities of women and girls. We’re in good company - individual ATHENA award recipients include Carla Harris, astronaut Christina Koch and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Learn more

Women in Tech: Empowering a community of innovators

We believe empowering women is critical for innovation and business success and are proud to celebrate the ongoing achievements of women. Hear how SAS is moving the needle for change.

#ChooseToChallenge

A challenged world is an alert world. This International Women’s Day, join the movement to #ChooseToChallenge.

Celebrate the curious mind of Data Scientist, Melissa Strong, Ph.D.

Melissa is a data scientist on a mission to understand how exposure to synthetic chemicals impacts our health and the health of future generations. Hear how she endeavors to untangle hundreds of thousands of possibilities to find the answers that matter. Hear her story.

Celebrating the future of Women in Analytics

Leaders and students share their thoughts on how to encourage greater representation in STEM. Hear their perspectives.

Coming soon!: SAS and the Malala Fund explore impact of climate change on girls’ education

Our world is experiencing a climate crisis – but we are not all experiencing its effects in the same way. SAS is helping the Malala Fund explore the impact of climate change on girls’ education and will be used in important conversations with policymakers to encourage the inclusion of girls’ education in climate change discussions. Stay tuned for more on this work and in the meantime explore our many data for good stories here.

Turning questions into progress: Ayana's story

Ayana Littlejohn, Sr. Associate Analytical Consultant and SAS Black Initiatives Group (BIG) leadership council member is no stranger to asking questions. Hear how her passion for advocacy and limitless curiosity led her to ask tough questions that opened doors for global progress. Ayana's story

Accomplished Women in Analytics Video Series

Be inspired by amazing women technologists in our accomplished Women in Analytics Video series. Hear about their career journeys, advice for women entering the field, hopes for the future and more.

Join the SAS Women in Analytics Network

Join the SAS Women in Analytics (WIA) Network, a community dedicated to strengthening diversity in the analytics field. 

We’re looking for the stars of our next content series. If you’re a woman in analytics with an inspiring story or advice to share, we want to hear from you! Learn more about WIA and submit your ideas.