This is our community
Through our spotlight we want to surface the people that make our community. This is your chance to tell us what you are up to, and what Women in Voice means to you. And it’s our chance to get to know each other. Of course, the collection below is still only a little part of Women in Voice Germany, but we are working on it. Please help us grow this section and introduce yourself as well.
Happy giggles, bold questions, and a passion for moving projects forward: that’s me, in a nutshell.
As a Computational Linguist and part of Lautmaler agency, I especially enjoy the opportunity to connect with other companies and organization, to get insights into the sector from very different and varying points of view.
Hey there, my name is Olga Oskolkova. I am a multidisciplinary Interaction Designer, Voice/AI Architect, Computational Linguist, and an awkward dancer 😉.
Hi everyone! I’m Chiara. I’m currently working with NLU training, conversation analysis and chatbot and voicebot design, and I enjoy writing articles on Medium to share my experience.
I’m Sandra Noa, author, conceptional designer, Berliner, media educationist, hip-hop dancer, mother, movie fan and much more. Since 2002 I’ve been working in the children’s media area with a focus on entertainment in education.
Hey fellow voice-lovers,
My name is Laura and I am currently working on the MBUX Voice Assistant as a speech interaction designer.
My name is Lisa and I am the lead voice user interface designer of the BMW Group’s Intelligent Personal Assistant. Since my studies of psychology, including industrial and organizational psychology, complex technological systems and the ways they interact with humans fascinate me.
Hello, my name is Claudia. I have a background in translation and interpreting and I am passionate about conversational technologies and UX design.
Hey there, I’m Maria, a curious User Experience Designer, based in Frankfurt, at Triplesense Reply, where I develop high-end conversational blueprints for all manner of applications.
Yo Voiceladies, Maggie (Margareth Jabczynski) here. Welcome to Uncanny Valley. It is not that I brought you there – I show you just that you already live in it.
I consider Women In Voice an empowering platform to connect with inspiring people all over the world working to advance voice technology or bring its innovation closer to the users.
I learned about Women in Voice at the All About Voice Conference in Munich last year. I very much enjoy being part of this network, we all have a common interest – Voice Technology, but we look at the topic from different perspectives.
To me, it’s the combination of empathy and cleverness that we explore and confirm within seconds whenever we meet at – or as – Women in Voice.
Hi, my name is Marie and I am very glad to be an ambassador for Women in Voice Germany. I especially like the knowledge transfer aspect in our community.
My name is Romina. I am based in Berlin and one of the founders of the German WiV Chapter. First of all, thank you so much for your participation and trust.
As a communications consultant and copywriter, I want to use my words and actions to make people’s everyday lives more pleasant and to move them towards something positive.
Hello WiV Community! My name is Duygu, I work as a Senior NLP Engineer at German Autolabs with a focus on conversational AI for voice assistants. Previously I worked in speech recognition, so I’m one of the early birds in speech technology.
My name is Svenja and I joined the WiV network at the end of 2019. Together with WiV member Maria, we are planning to grow WiV in Frankfurt am Main…