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This hour with Val was an open forum where she addressed your questions, comments and ideas about our recent announcement (official press release link here).
Thank you for being an active part of the data literacy movement!
You may remember Val digging into this topic last year during The Data Lodge webinar: "Data Literacy: What's In a Name?"
In this article, she continues taking a look into how words and language can help build a data culture - or hinder it - and how she, intentionally, landed on "data literacy."
"CDO Magazine has once again searched the globe, reached out to key influencers and industry organizations and is excited to announce our 2021 list. These women are shaping the landscape of business and pioneering the field of data and analytics. They are leveraging their talents to get real world results, to answer tough business questions and to provide true value to the enterprise, their customers and key stakeholders. CDO Magazine is committed to being a champion to women in the field of data and analytics. We are proud to highlight the accomplishments of women and want to be a catalyst to advance opportunities for women in the field. We are pleased to announce our second Global Data Power Women List."
(CDO Magazine, 2021)
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.
“The Data Foundation is...
“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)