Join Colorado's Data Community and Social Sector at Mile High Data Day on September 24

Shift Research Lab invites Colorado's data experts and beginners, and those looking to drive social change, to the fourth-annual Mile High Data Day on Tuesday, September 24 at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities.

The day will feature interactive breakout sessions focused on data and social change geared toward attendees with varying levels of data literacy. There will be three tracks to choose from throughout the day, so you can attend sessions that match your expertise and interests:

  • Data in Action: Get inspired to use data in your work by hearing how other organizations are leveraging data in their programs and communications to drive social change and community engagement.
  • Deep Data Dive: Explore the technical side of data with sessions on data transformation and visualization.
  • General Assembly Data 101: Learn the foundations of data management, visualizations and creating a data-driven culture in your organization from General Assembly data experts.

Register and learn more about the day's agenda.

Keynote Speaker: Cindy DeGroen

Cindy DeGroen, Senior Demographer at the Colorado State Demography Office, has over 25 years of experience analyzing population and economic trends in Colorado and beyond. Cindy will present on why the 2020 Census matters to local communities, and how Census data has been used to improve the lives of Coloradans. Learn more about how a 2020 Census undercount could impact Colorado communities and the social sector.

If you have any questions, please contact Courtney Steele.


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