Edafe Onerhime

Edafe Onerhime

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Edafe Onerhime discusses with Ivan six things which should be better known.

Edafe Onerhime is a specialist in making an impact with data. Her motto: Data + Design + Culture. She lives in Glasgow with her wife and cat. She works as an Executive Director - Data Architecture Governance Lead at JP Morgan Chase. She believes in opening doors and building longer tables, not walls. She can be found asking questions like: How does data shape and is shaped by our culture and beliefs? How does this affect the data products and technologies that we use every day? Can we decolonise data or is it simply holding up a mirror to our real selves?

  1. Africanfuturism https://www.lareviewofbooks.org/article/afrofuturism-africanfuturism-and-the-language-of-black-speculative-literature/

  2. Meaning of names https://www.csescienceeditor.org/article/african-names-guide-editors/

  3. Associations of the colour red https://study.com/academy/lesson/color-meanings-in-different-cultures.html

  4. Short hair https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/58psLDd9GGWf5SQKSLmmdjD/why-is-black-hair-so-political

  5. Found family https://www.glaad.org/amp/importance-of-found-families-lgbtq-youth

  6. Patterns https://medium.com/patterns-matter/why-patterns-matter-e3abc8794465

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