Shannon Revels met a teacher in prison who listened to his ideas, demonstrating a willingness to engage that Revels paid forward at his employment agency and on the job. Part of a series produced for SSIR with the support of the Hewlett Foundation.
Stanford’s Kathleen Kelly Janus provides insight into how the best nonprofits succeed and scale through a data-driven culture.
Valerie Threlfall of the Fund For Shared Insight, Krystle Onibukon of the Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula, and Brad Dunning of the Center for Employment Opportunities talk about building quality feedback loops.
Many valuable datasets remain locked away or siloed across different organizations and sectors. This panel from our February data conference looks how we can collaborate better on data projects.
Is it possible to use data to make predictions without enforcing existing biases?
Listen to Jake Porway, founder and executive director of DataKind, talk about how to “practice safe stats”—that is, how to create data visualizations that are both accurate and inspiring.
Andrew Means, cofounder of The Impact Lab, talks about how to get storytelling and data to work together, rather than against each other.
Nancy Lublin describes how working with data has helped DoSomething.org learn and grow.
What nonprofits can do to maximize their influence on Twitter and through social media in general.
Liesolette Heederick tells us about Nazava Water Filters, winner of Tech Awards 2013 in the Health category for its innovative solution to lack of clean water accessibility in Indonesia.