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Thursday, October 3 • 11:00am - 11:20am
TALK: The Civic Data Challenge: Creating Tools for Communities

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The Civic Data Challenge turns the raw data of ‘civic health’ into useful applications and visualizations that have direct impact on public decision-making. The Challenge brings new minds and skill sets to the field of civic health, with the purpose of making data-driven community insights more valuable and accessible. In order to achieve an exceptional level of real-world usefulness, designers, data scientists, researchers, and application developers are currently collaborating with local leaders to develop tools with civic data that respond to community needs.

Speakers
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Kristen Cambell

Chief Program Officer, National Conference on Citizenship
Kristen is Chief Program Officer at the National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) where she is responsible for researching, developing and implementing all programs and special initiatives, including the Annual Conference, The Civic 50, the Civic Data Challenge, NCoC.net, and the Civic Health Index portfolio.
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Michal Tyra

Consulting Associate, The Phoenix Philanthropy Group
Michal Tyra has been a leadership team member and organizer with Manifesto Project since its inception in March, 2013. To date, Michal has worked specifically to unite rural communities in Northern and Southern Arizona around the Project's goals of identifying, retaining and developing young talent and leadership. In addition, Michal has brought his experience in nonprofit consulting to the Project in an effort to create comprehensive... Read More →
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Mauro Whiteman

Founder, The Manifesto Project
Mauro Whiteman helped found The Manifesto Project, a statewide initiative in Arizona to capture the voice of a generation of young leaders. Whiteman is currently pursuing his bachelor's in journalism and master's in mass communication concurrently through the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass 


Thursday October 3, 2013 11:00am - 11:20am
Fort Mason Center 2 Marina Blvd San Francisco, CA 94123