We are excited to announce on March 17, 2020, Valerie Logan is one of the five new members of The Data Foundation's Board of Directors.
Washington, D.C. – The Data Foundation, a non-profit think tank focused on encouraging the use of data to benefit society, welcomes five new members to the Board of Directors.
Dr. Molly Irwin, Vice President, Research and Science, Pew Charitable Trusts;
Ms. Valerie Logan, CEO and Founder, The Data Lodge;
Dr. Kathryn Newcomer, Professor of Public Policy and Public Administration, George Washington University;
Dr. Nancy Potok, former Chief Statistician of the United States;
Mr. Kris Rowley, former chief data officer, General Services Administration
These current and former leaders from the private sector, academia, government, and nonprofits will support the Data Foundation to expand and diversify our research, programming, and education initiatives.
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Each week, I hear 10 great questions over and over again about Data Literacy Programs. Let's cut to the chase and answer them! In this 2nd webinar of our new monthly webinar series at The Data Lodge I get to the root of these questions with quick, pragmatic answers!
In this webinar, host Valerie A. Logan, CEO & Founder, The Data Lodge, discusses her view of the top 5 myths and misconceptions surrounding data literacy, and how to get started with a pragmatic approach to growing data literacy.
“It’s not difficult to see how, by 2021, the office of the CDO will be a mission-critical function comparable to IT, business operations, HR and finance in 75% of large enterprises.” —Valerie Logan
(CIO, January 23, 2019)