Data 4 Good
The Data Literacy Program at D4G plans monthly webinar series focused on the impact of data on our daily lives. Through this series, we will share how social enterprises, nonprofits, data practitioners, and everyday individuals can leverage the power of data effectively and ethically to make a positive social impact. Past and future topics focus on the data behind topics including community health and COVID-19, social justice and racial equity, environmental justice and climate change, media and entertainment, education, and more.
Time commitment: 8 hours per session (prep, organizing, write-up)
Prepares the venue (online platform) for each session, (includes scheduling, setting up options, providing appropriate permissions to personnel and attendees, etc)
Organizes and communicates logistics of each session with event participants (speakers, helpers, and attendees)
Provide a technical overview of and hands-on practice with the platform. While this is required training for helpers, this is as requested for speakers
Coordinating that everyone has what they need the day of the sessions
Verify sessions run smoothly
Debrief with internal sessions participants
Reports on each session which encompasses quantitative and qualitative data, including attendees, topic, results of debrief, etc.
Coordinates with appropriate DL program stakeholders as necessary
About Data 4 Good
3551 Trousdale Pkwy, Los Angeles, CA 90016, US
Data 4 Good, Inc. also known as Data 4 Good or D4G, was created from a collective of community leaders and organizations striving to use data and technology to do better and give back to the greater community.
D4G leverages a network of public and private leaders to help organizations harness the power of data to make more informed and better decisions to benefit society. With a community of impact-driven leaders and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the opportunity to accelerate the D4G initiative became a necessity. Today, D4G’s initiatives have begun within the local Los Angeles community to create various programs and pods for more individuals to get involved.