San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Getting Started with Your Nonprofit Data
- How to decide what data to collect
- How to maintain the quality of your data
- How to turn your data into actionable information
- How to get the rest of your team to care about your data
Bring your questions and stories, and we will work with real-world examples to try and make our data useful and less scary.
Mark Mathyer, Data and Membership Services Manager at the Museum of Science and Industry
I have been collecting, maintaining, using and abusing data – and teaching others how to do it, too - for over 30 years, in Education, the Corporate world, Healthcare, Consulting, and the Non-Profit world. I have presented on the topic at NTEN, AASP, and the Do Good Data 2013 conference.
Last year I participated in an NTEN Community of Impact studying data sharing. You can read our report at: http://www.nten.org/blog/2014/02/01/new-report-collected-voices-data-informed-nonprofits . When I need a break from data, I keep score for my daughter’s Softball teams, and serve on the Board of Polarity Ensemble Theatre.
firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.linkedin.com/in/markmathyer
When & Where
HandsOn Tech Chicago
HandsOn Tech Chicago is a program designed to transform how nonprofits use and embrace technology in the Chicago area. Our mission is to increase the effectiveness of the nonprofit sector’s use of technology and ultimately improve outcomes for low-income communities and families.