Kirstie Whitaker

Kirstie Whitaker leads the Tools, Practices and Systems Research Programme at The Alan Turing Institute (London, UK). The TPS community's mission is to invest in the people who sustain the open infrastructure ecosystem for data science. Kirstie is the lead developer of The Turing Way, an openly developed educational resource inspire, train and enable researchers and citizen scientists across government, industry, academia and third sector organisations to apply open source practices to their work. Kirstie is a passionate advocate for making science "open for all" by promoting equity and inclusion for people from diverse backgrounds, and by changing the academic incentive structure to reward collaborative working. She is the chair of the Turing Institute's Ethics Advisory Group, a Fulbright scholarship alumna and was a 2016/17 Mozilla Fellow for Science. Kirstie was named, with her collaborator Petra Vertes, as a 2016 Global Thinker by Foreign Policy magazine. You can follow her and her dog's adventures on Twitter @kirstie_j.


Building Responsible Data Science Workflows: Transparency, Reproducibility, and Ethics by Design

Thursday October 28 8:30 PM – Thursday October 28 10:30 PM in Workshop/Tutorial I