Let's build

healthy, inclusive, equitable

data values.

Which of these sound familiar?

Data habits of an organization impacts its data culture.

In an era where data is the new gold, nonprofits are not exempt from the rush to harness its potential. From streamlining fundraising efforts to optimizing program management, data can be a game-changer. But here's the catch—data isn't just about numbers; it's about values, ethics, and inclusivity.

Why Attend This Workshop?

I. Are you concerned about the ethical implications of your data practices?

II. Do you want to ensure that your data collection and analysis are free from biases?

III. Are you looking to make your data practices more inclusive and accessible?

If you answered 'Yes' to any of these questions, then the 120-mins of this workshop is for you!

What Will You Learn?

I. Gain insights into your own understanding and feelings about data.

II. Understanding the art of communicating complex data to non-data experts.

III. Identify and address the blind spots in your data practices.

IV. Learn strategies to promote diversity and inclusion in data collection and analysis.

V. Discover how to identify and mitigate biases in your data.

VI. Establish a set of shared data values for your organization.

Interactive and Practical Approach

Through a blend of interactive discussions and hands-on exercises, you'll walk away with a comprehensive understanding of ethical data practices. You'll also receive a toolkit of practical strategies that you can immediately implement in your organization to foster a culture of responsible data use.

Don't miss this opportunity to elevate your organization's data culture.

(Note: Currently Data Is For Everyone is only hosting group workshops. For individual-level learning, please reach out for more information on data Equity Consultation).