Friday, November 19, 2021 | 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Data is a powerful tool that can improve services and impact, yet many social sector organizations lack the resources or capacity to leverage data effectively. This event is a part of a public roundtable discussion that is designed to promote dialogue and solicit feedback about what organizations need to move forward in this work.
Community-Centered Data Practice: Data Protection, Data Sharing, and Who Benefits?
This session will introduce responsible and equitable data-sharing practices for social sector organizations in St. Louis. Participants will connect around and consider community data governance - the process of establishing and maintaining how groups agree to collaborate and share data.
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