Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 9:00 AM EDT
Thursday, October 7, 2021 at 10:00 AM EDT

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Laura Savenelli 
United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley 
610-807-5704 lauras@unitedwayglv.org 

Want to learn how to equitably evaluate your programs and get a sneak peek at United Way’s new reporting guidelines? Join us for a summer series focused on data equity.
As part of our ongoing efforts to view systems and processes through an equity lens, United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley has partnered with We All Count to provide concrete tools that you can immediately implement in your organization.
Sessions will be held on Thursdays from 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
July 15 - Introduction to Data Equity Framework (available as a recording)
July 22 - Funding and Data Equity
August 5 - Motivation and Data Equity
August 12 - Data Project Design for Equity
August 19 - Data Collection & Sourcing
August 26 - Equity in Data Analysis & Interpretation
September 2 - Equity in Data Communication & Design
September 9 - Motivation and Data Equity (repeat)
September 23 - Data Project Design for Equity (repeat)
October 7 - Data Collection & Sourcing (repeat)
Register today to learn how to:
  • Equitably harness the power of data
  • Address issues of privacy, representation, identity and power dynamics
  • Evaluate programs, impact and your organization correctly and fairly
Sign up for one session or join us for the whole series as we explore the role of data in building a community where every person belongs and every person thrives.

 About the trainer:


Heather Krause, 

Founder, We All Count Project for Data Equity

Heather Krause, PSat, is a data scientist with 20+ years in the field. She’s a cross-sector thought leader in data equity issues. She works on government, social sector, education, and corporate data projects. She works with national governments, trans-national corporations, and the largest players in the NGO space. Her cutting-edge approach to project design, data collection, analysis, reporting and visualization have placed her in high demand as a project lead, a crisis consultant and a speaker on the subject of data equity.