Join experts from the Urban Institute and community-based organizations to learn more about innovative data strategies that successfully build agency, create opportunity, and advance racial equity in communities of color. We will discuss how data can shape, strengthen, and inform the racial equity work of grantmakers and other nonprofit organizations, using examples from Atlanta, Washington, DC, and other cities.
- Lecester Johnson, Chief Executive Officer, Academy of Hope
- Faith Mitchell, Institute Fellow, Urban Institute
- Kathryn Pettit, Principal Research Associate, Urban Institute
- Nathaniel Smith, Founder and Chief Equity Officer, Partnership for Southern Equity
- Tené Traylor, Vice President for Nonprofits and Philanthropy, Urban Institute
We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully. Please email [email protected] if you require any accommodations or have any questions about this event.
- Speakers Biographies
- Elevate Data for Equity (Urban Institute)
- NNIP's Goals to Improve Use of Data in Advancing Racial Equity (National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership)
- Guide to Data Chats: Convening Community Conversations about Data (Urban Institute)
- Milwaukee’s Amani Neighborhood Uses Data to Target Traffic Safety and Build Trust (National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership)
- Investing in Data Capacity for Community Change (Urban Institute)
- U.S. Skills Map: State and County Indicators of Adult Literacy and Numeracy (Program for International Assessment of Adult Competencies)