Toni Sekinah

Knowledge-based content manager

Toni is the senior features editor responsible for the origination of DataIQ's interviews, articles and blogs covering the adopting of data and analytics by organisations. 

Since joining in 2017, she has become a distinctive voice in the industry. Toni graduated in 2014 with an MA in Financial Journalism from City University London. She is also a certified and qualified massage therapist, scuba diver and English language teacher. She speaks fluent Spanish and set up

Contributions by this author:

To Jennifer Major the traditional stereotype of the people working in data is either white, middle-class people or geeky nerds, but she is seeing this starting to change. With a broader recognition... more
Corporate data literacy is defined by Qlik as the ability of a company’s workforce to read, analyse and utilise data for decisions, communicate with data throughout the organisation, and use that... more
One in four of the students at Ada, the national college for digital skills in Tottenham, north London are female, a notable achievement at an institution where taking a BTEC computer science is... more
A new, data-savvy chief constable took over the Cleveland Police force in 2014, raising awareness of the impact of good data and its importance to different areas of the force. Maria Hopper, data... more
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has an ethos of delivering better statistics to inform better decisions. There is also a desire to empower non-governmental organisations the same wayl. To... more
The challenges of being a woman working in data seems to revolve around the low numbers of women in this sector and the issues associated with low representation. As highlighted by the annual Ada... more
Eddie Copeland, director of government innovation at Nesta, believes that the best way for public sector organisations to improve public services is by making better use of their data, much in the... more
Recent graduates wanting to enter the data industry face the barrier of having to apply for entry-level positions for which they are underqualified. Often, the jobs require one to two years of... more
Two out of five business and IT decision-makers say that artificial intelligence and machine learning are streamlining or transforming their business operations, including by improving processes and... more
With 10th October designated as World Mental Health Day, a lot of attention has been drawn to the importance of mental wellbeing and ways in which sufferers of mental illness can be supported and... more