The Stanford Women in Data Science conference (WiDS) is a one day global conference that brings data scientists together to share cutting edge research. The conference aims to inspire and encourage data scientists worldwide and exclusively support women in the field. Alan Turing Institute in London hosted a chapter of the conference on April 6th 2018. Different facets of data science – theory, practice, education and policy – have been discussed during a the day in front of greatly motivated audience. Mariana Damova gave a presentation by invitation. Her topic was Data Infrastructures and their Value to Data Intensive Services. The day enjoyed presentations by women mathematicians, statisticians, entrepreneurs, practitioners, domain experts, government officials. Mariana Damova from Mozaika, The Humanizing Technologies Lab, was the only representative from a non Great Britain based organization at the event. The presentation can be seen at this link.