About Women in Voice Eastern Europe
Technology is a quickly growing field in Eastern Europe and a recent study of the German database company Statista shows that IT services in Eastern Europe are estimated to reach $15.7 billion by 2027 from its current $2.69 billion. This projection shows the potential for the growth of tech businesses in the region.
As the Women in Voice Eastern Europe chapter, we want to be the hub where talented women in the field of voice technology can interact, learn from each other and build a strong community.
Our mission is to create a place where people can share knowledge, ideas, and success stories, build confidence, network, and have fun together. We also want to promote the voice field as a great career option and inspire and educate more and more women who wish to work in technology.
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Get to know the WiV Eastern Europe team!
Sonya Trivedi is a certified Conversation Designer and Entrepreneur with 15 years of experience in content strategy, copywriting, and marketing. Her expertise is focused on providing digital solutions to B2B and technology companies across Europe, Africa, and the Asia Pacific. Currently, she is working on a project for a startup company in the UK to launch a digital assistant for mental health.
Magdalena Sztencel is a linguist with 15 years of experience in academic research in the areas of semantics, pragmatics, discourse analysis and intercultural communication. Her industry experience includes conversation design, creating and localizing intent datasets, syntactic parsing, and phonetic transcription for voice AI. She has recently joined Talkie.ai as a Voicebot Designer and Analyst.
Daria Hemmerling is a researcher, developer, and associate professor. She is passionate about audio-related – voice, speech, and music processing. Currently, she is working on speech processing to detect various diseases, mixed reality implementation in healthcare, and biosignal transfer via mid-air haptic technology. She loves traveling, sailing, and meeting new people in her free time.