I recently had a conversation with someone and the question – Where are all the Women? came up with regards to Excel experts. With that question in mind, I decided to prepare a list of the fellow Women in Excel that I have been following. These women, some of which are wonder woman are by no means the only women in the industry and I hope in the comments below, you will add Women in Excel that you follow, with links to their websites, YouTube channels or social medial profiles.
Women in Excel
Anne Walsh AKA as The Excel Lady runs the Excel Expert Blog. She is also the author of Your Excel Survival Kit and Excel: Get and Transform Data. Follow Anne on LinkedIn and if you visit her website you will find a number of upcoming webinars you can sign up to.
Danielle Stein Fairhurst is a Financial Modelling expert and trainer. Her blog on Plum Solutions is a wealth of information and she is also runs a popular Financial Modelling in Excel group on Linkedin. I would highly recommend you follow Danielle on LinkedIn.
Debra Dalgleish runs a blog focusing on Pivot tables and Contextures which focuses on Excel tips and tricks. She has also published a number of books on the topic of Pivot tables and Excel. Follow Debra on LinkedIn.
Mynda Treacy is co-founder of My Online Training Hub and the blog and her Youtube Channel are well worth subscribing too. You will also find a number of useful Excel add-ins available on the website. Follow Mynda on Linkedin.
Ruth Pozuelo Martinez is the owner of Curbal blog and Youtube channel providing awesome resources on DAX and Power Query along with Power BI. In addition to this Ruth also runs a discord community and is for sure worth following.
Yolanda Cuesta is not only an Excel Expert, but she is also an Economist. Although her blog Excel Accounting and ICT is in Spanish, Google does a wonderful job in translating it and you will find masses of valuable information. You can follow Yolanda on LinkedIn.