Leveraging Data for Equitable Workforce, Education and Economic Development / June 14, 2021

While we know that the pandemic has disproportionately affected poor communities and communities of color, we still don’t know what the long-term effects will be on these communities. By improving the way we use data, we can go beyond restoring the pre-pandemic conditions that enabled these disproportionate impacts to an environment that supports equity and mobility from poverty. Community leaders and government officials must commit to leveraging data as critical infrastructure for COVID-19 response and recovery.

Kamaria Hill

Government Sales Executive
LinkedIn

Rona Asuncion

Co-Founder and Director of Product Design
MetaCX

Sunny Lu Williams

President
TechServ Corporation

Mathew Palakal Ph.D.

Senior Executive Associate Dean, School of Informatics and Computing
IUPUI

Emily Scott

Senior Program Manager
LISC Indianapolis

PANEL DISCUSSION | June 14, 2021

Leveraging Data for Equitable Workforce, Education and Economic Development / June 14, 2021

Kamaria Hill

Government Sales Executive
LinkedIn

Rona Asuncion

Co-Founder and Director of Product Design
MetaCX

Sunny Lu Williams

President
TechServ Corporation

Mathew Palakal Ph.D.

Senior Executive Associate Dean, School of Informatics and Computing
IUPUI

Emily Scott

Senior Program Manager
LISC Indianapolis

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