Navigating Data Overload
You’ve got more data than you know what to do with – information coming in from finance, membership, programs – and likely living in separate systems. How do you break down those silos to find the insights that will actually drive success?
We’ll talk about how we’re tackling this problem at SEIU United Healthcare Workers West Education Fund, a workforce development program for healthcare workers on the west coast.
By the end of the session, you’ll have concrete steps to start breaking down the data silos at your organization and an understanding of the major principles of effective data management and analysis.
- Understand how to get your data in the same place without extensive manual processes
- Understand why data governance is the key to meaningful analysis
- Understand how to create a more data-informed decision-making culture
Target AudienceProgram and communications leaders trying to make sense of all the data that their organization collects
Director of Data & Analytics
As an expert in optimizing digital experiences and online content through data and analytics, Jessica leads Forum One’s data and analytics team to help our nonprofit, foundation and government clients understand and connect with audiences in order to reach their online goals. Her client accounts include USAID, Mercy Corps and the Hilton Foundation. Prior to joining Forum One, Jessica worked at Vox Media where she analyzed multimedia traffic and key performance indicators across eight publishing brands. Jessica earned her B.A. in English and Political Science at Dickinson College and holds a certificate in Data Science.