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Jacqueline Bloemen

Jacqueline Bloemen

Senior Analyst Data & Analytics

Jacquelines main focus is on data & analytics strategy, architecture and organization, as well as data culture and data literacy.



Jacqueline Bloemen is a Senior Analyst for Data & Analytics, focused on data & analytics strategy and culture, architecture & technology, governance and organization. She is an author and speaker, and has been advising companies of all sizes and industries for over 40 years.

Her current research and consulting activities are focused on the transformation towards data-driven business and data democracy. She has been with BARC since 2005.

Areas of expertise

  • Data & Analytics Strategy, Architecture and Organization
  • Business Intelligence, Advanced Analytics, Data Management & Big Data
  • Data Governance, Data Culture, Data & Analytics Literacy
  • Data Mesh, Data Fabric
  • Data Architecture, Data Engineering, Data Modeling
  • Solution Evaluation, drafting and design of scalable data & analytics products
  • Coaching and Quality Assurance

5 questions to Jacqueline Bloemen

What’s your favorite song?

It’s difficult to pick one single song from so many decades, but I like rock and blues rock from the 60s and 70s a lot, for example, Cream (Sunshine of Your Love), The Doors (Riders on the Storm), Led Zeppelin (Stairway to Heaven) and Gary Moore (Parisienne Walkways).

What’s the coolest thing about working at BARC?

Every day I’m continuously engaging with new topics and technologies while supporting a broad variety of customers. And that is good because repetitive tasks are not my thing at all. As a result, I’m never bored at BARC, even after so many years.

What’s your favorite food?

Fresh hand-made pasta (with fillings), fresh bolete mushrooms, white truffles from the Piedmont region.

What do you like to do in your free time?

Mountain biking, mountain hiking, running, skiing, cooking, gourmandizing and wine, listening to rock, blues and blues rock (ideally in a live concert setting).

How did you come to join BARC?

Mike Ferguson, an analyst and old friend from the UK connected Carsten and me back in mid-2005. Back then, BARC was still focused on BI applications and looking to bolster its ranks with more data management expertise.

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