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.
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.
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.
NCCD CEO Kathy Park will moderate a discussion on predictive analytics that explores its strengths and challenges from an equity lens.
NCCD's Philip Decter will present two workshops at the 2017 Kempe International Conference on Innovations in Family Engagement.