Harnessing the Power of Data: The Five Most Interesting Findings from New Report “A Portrait of New York City 2018”

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Date Aug 8, 2018
Time 12:00 PM EDT
Cost Free
Hosted by Measure of America

Co-hosted by the Human Services Council and FPWA

The flow of data is increasing in volume, variety, and velocity. But how can we use data more effectively to explore, persuade, and advance our work? During this webinar, attendees will hear from speakers about ways to move data to action and innovative uses of data to improve community well-being across the New York City region. In addition, learn about the surprising findings from Measure of America’s recently released report, “A Portrait of New York City 2018: Well- Being in the Five Boroughs and the Greater Metro Area.” The report presents Human Development Index scores for New York City, metro-area neighborhoods, and demographic groups and examines a range of critical issues, including environmental justice, residential segregation, affordable housing, early-childhood care and education, transportation equity, the social determinants of health, and access to opportunity.

This free webinar will feature speakers Kristen Lewis, Director for Measure of America; Edline Jacquet, Director of Policy for FPWA; and Jill Lefkowitz, Senior Manager for Program Development & Analytics for Graham Windham.

The discussion will be followed by participant Q & A.

This is a free webinar, but it does require registration. Can't make it to the live webinar? Register and we'll send you a link to the archive recording.


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