Do you believe data can help make the world a better place? Are you wondering how your organization can more effectively harness and gain value from your data? Are you constantly thinking about how to gain the information you need to improve your program? Then Do Good Data conference on April 27-29 is for you! It is a great place to connect with nearly 1,000 of your peers and learn from them. The sessions are focused on how to help your organization use data better.
Last year, I was honored to be a speaker during the ending keynote, but I also attended a number of the sessions and learned a tremendous amount. The conference program is curated by Andrew Means and since he knows the data for good community so well, he is able to pull together a diverse group of experts who work on every aspects of data for good. There are sessions on specific techniques and tools – like dashboard and data visualization software and techniques. There are also many sessions with case studies and expert advice about measuring impact of nonprofit work using data. And, the schedule is also designed for networking and making connections.
The early registration pricing will go away on 1/31, so don’t delay! Register now for the best place to learn about how to use data better and connect with nonprofit data experts.