Data For Social Good: Neighborhood Nexus
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Do you want to learn how your nonprofit can leverage and analyze data to make a difference in your community, tell your story, make your case, and engage funders and stakeholders?
If so, this training on Neighborhood Nexus is perfect for you! Neighborhood Nexus is a free web-based community information system, mapping, and data analysis tool available to everyone. During this free hands-on introductory class, you will learn how your nonprofit can use Neighborhood Nexus to:
- Use data, information and the right analytic tools to tell your story
- Measure the health of your community and compare it to the rest of the metro Atlanta region
- Uncover the information you need to make decisions to engage and improve your community
- Discover compelling data for grant writing
- Bring useful insights about your community to the people who need them the most
About the trainer and Neighborhood Nexus
Tahmida Shamsuddin, director of Neighborhood Nexus will teach the training. As director, she provides organizational and community leadership, as well as acts as the chief spokesperson for the effort. Tahmida has 10 years of experience in the Economic and Community Development field. Prior to her current position, she was vice president for economic development at Central Atlanta Progress. She has a master’s degree in business administration from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Suffolk University.
Neighborhood Nexus is a program of the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta and is a community information service (CIS) that generates information-based decisions to help transform lives and effectively utilize resources in the metro Atlanta region and beyond. The program's mission is to provide data, tools and expertise as a catalyst to promote healthy communities and create opportunity for all citizens of the greater Atlanta area. More information: www.neighborhoodnexus.org/
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking Info: Hands On Atlanta has a gated parking lot for our guests. Please park there, walk around the gate up to the front door that is off the main street. The training room will be all the way to the right.
Public Transportation: You can take the #1 bus to the Marietta St/Boss St. stop. Our office is located right behind Marietta Street.
When & Where
HandsOn Tech Atlanta
HandsOn Tech Atlanta strives to increase nonprofit capacity in the greater Atlanta area through free technology trainings and in-depth tech consulting.