, | - CT | Madison, WI

NCCD CEO Kathy Park will serve as a panelist at the Data for Impact Conference on August 22 in Madison, Wisconsin. Park is one of four individuals from a variety of fields who will speak to how their organizations use data to make an impact. The “How Can Data Be Used to Drive Innovation?” panel takes place 12:45 to 2:15 p.m. at the Memorial Union on the UW-Madison campus.

, | - | Hong Kong

Raelene Freitag, Manager of International and Special Projects, will present at the International Conference on New Perspectives for Outcome-Based Evaluation and Research on Family and Children’s Services in Hong Kong in September. Her abstract proposal titled “Actuarial Risk Assessment in Child Protection: What It Can Contribute and What It Needs to Be Effective” was recently accepted for the conference.

, | - ET | Atlanta, GA

NCCD CEO Kathy Park will be part of the “’First, Do No Harm’ – Applying Predictive Analytics to Human Services” panel at the MetroLab Network Annual Summit in Atlanta, Georgia, September 13–15. The summit, hosted by the City of Atlanta and Georgia Tech, features a number of sessions focusing on how data science can be used to advance human services. The panel is on Sept. 14 at 1:15 p.m.

, | - ET | Washington, DC

NCCD CEO Kathy Park will moderate a discussion on predictive analytics that explores its strengths and challenges from an equity lens.

 - | - | Aurora, CO

NCCD's Philip Decter will present two workshops at the 2017 Kempe International Conference on Innovations in Family Engagement. 

 - | - | Middleton, WI

Kate Beier, Program Associate, and Julie Davis, Senior Program Specialist, will present the workshop "Structured Decision Making: A Research-Based Decision Support Model in Child Welfare" at the 2017 annual conference of the National Association of Social Workers, Wisconsin Chapter.