Presented by CCP's Communication Network
For member funder communications staff and those who have communications as part of their role
Data can be used for many purposes -- to illustrate a community need, show impact, influence behaviors, or drive change. But how do you distill and then communicate complex data to a variety of audiences? Camille Seaberry, DataHaven's research associate, will lead the network in a short workshop on analyzing what data says, determining what is most important to the audience, and identifying meaningful formats for presentation. We'll begin the meeting with networking at 9:30 am and the presentation will start promptly at 10:00 am.
Camille Seaberry, Research Associate, DataHaven
A resident of New Haven since 2004, Camille has significant experience in data analysis, interactive data visualization development, and research and writing to support various government and non-profit initiatives. She also has a background in high-school mathematics and STEM education. Camille received her BS in Physics from Yale University, and is currently enrolled in the Data Science Certificate graduate program at Harvard University Extension School.
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Nonmembers: Contact Laurie Allen, Director of Communications, or call 860-525-5585.
Contact Laurie Allen, Director of Communications, or call 860-525-5585.