FREE: Tell Your Story with Data (NEW)

Tell Your Story with dataIs your data sitting around in spreadsheets, dusty, unused, and forgotten about? Your nonprofit's data deserves to be out in the world utilized, actionable, talked about. During this sneak peek at the upcoming Power of 3 series, Ann K. Emery will describe how to transform technical findings into simple, sophisticated visuals. She'll walk you through a step-by-step design process that you can apply to your own projects. First, in Simple Spreadsheets, you'll learn to analyze your data faster and easier than ever before. Good data analysis is the foundation for good data visualization. Second, in Great Graphs, you'll find out how to move beyond overused charts like pies and bars and how to format your new chart so that your message stands out. Third, in DIY Dashboards, you'll learn how to build one-page dashboards that get right to the point so that leaders can understand the numbers and then take action. Join us for one session or all three in the series. In this free introductory webinar, you'll see before and after graph makeovers from real projects so that you have a sense of the skills that we're going to be covering together. This webinar will be held on Thursday, February 15, 2018.

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Ann K. Emery

Ann K. Emery is a sought-after speaker who equips organizations around the globe to use their data more effectively. Within the past year, she led more than 60 trainings for more than 2,800 participants. Her design consultancy also overhauls graphs, publications, and slideshows with the goal of making technical information even easier to understand for non-technical audiences. Recent clients include the United Nations, Centers for Disease Control, and National Institutes of Health. She stays in touch with her first love, program evaluation, by heading a multi-year evaluation of a workforce development program for underemployed adults in Virginia. Ann is also the Chair of the American Evaluation Association's Data Visualization and Reporting interest group and past Secretary for the Washington Evaluators. She holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of Virginia and a Master's degree from George Mason University. Learn more at www.annkemery.com/blog.
Ann K. Emery