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Nonprofits & Data: Putting Your Visualizations to Work
Cost: Free for Everyone!
06/22/2012 11:00 am
06/22/2012 11:00 am
Now that you have your data visualized, how can you put it to its best use? What are some the creative and effective ways organizations use visualizations, both internally and externally? We’ll touch on effective ways to use visualized data for fundraising, storytelling, awareness building and more. What are effective ways of sharing the fruits of your labor with your community and/or sector? Join us to hear about the variety of options for putting your data to work and some of the results organizations have realized in using data visualization.
In this webinar, participants will
- See examples of how other nonprofits have used their visualizations
- Learn about targeting data for use in specific campaigns
- Discuss effective ways of distributing your visualization
About the Presenter
Peter Drury is a seasoned nonprofit executive, strategist and fundraiser. He is currently Director of Development for A Child’s Right, an innovative international water relief enterprise, and teaches at the University of Washington (courses in Fundraising Management, Nonprofit Management, Leadership and Strategy). Peter is Past President of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) in Washington State. Additionally, he has served in board and advisory capacities with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Art With Heart, MultifaithWorks, EarthShare and the Northwest Girlchoir. Peter is creator of the “Beyond Cash” Fundraising Management Dashboard, and is particularly highly valued for bridging the Finance-Fundraising communication divide effectively.
Jake Garcia is a GIS web developer at the Foundation Center. As a geographer and programmer, Jake has worked on GIS projects for NASA, the U.S. Army, the City of New York, and Al Gore’s Climate Project. At the Foundation Center, he builds mapping applications, data visualizations, semantic analysis scripts, and application programming interfaces (APIs). In April 2011, he was the lead developer on a project that won the Large Organization award in the World Bank's "Apps for Development" contest. He received an MA in Geography from Hunter College and a BA in Political Science from Brown University.
Frank Barry, Blackbaud
Frank Barry, Director of digital marketing at Blackbaud and blogger at NetWits ThinkTank, helps non-profits use the Internet for digital communication, social media, and fundraising so they can focus changing the world. He’s worked with a diverse group of organizations including LIVESTRONG, United Methodist Church, American Heart Association, Big Brothers Big Sisters, ChildFund Int’l, InTouch Ministries, Heifer Int'l, University of Notre Dame and University of Richmond. Along with writing for industry publications like Mashable and Social Media Today, Frank facilitates discussions, presents solo sessions and organizes panels for industry conferences such as NTC, SXSW, BBCon and numerous others. When he’s out and about he enjoys talking to interesting people about how they are changing the world – check out his interviews.