Navigating the Community Data Program

Date: Thursday, July 7, 2022 | 1:00 p.m.– 2:00 p.m. ET (10:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m. PT) 

Speakers: Mike Ditor and Sasha Mosky of the Community Data Program (CDP)

 

Description

Accessing locally relevant data is critical to evaluating poverty reduction related indicators and intervention outcomes, as well as measuring change over time. Join us on July 7 as we welcome CDP representatives for an orientation on using and accessing community data via the CDP.

This webinar will include an overview of the program and related consortium, highlight available data sets, and demonstrate how to navigate, download, and use other CDP resources. The webinar will include a live demonstration and provide opportunity for answers to participant questions. 

 

About the Community Data Program

The Community Data Program (CDP) is a membership-based community development initiative open to any Canadian public, non-profit or community sector organization with a local service delivery or public policy mandate. The program facilitates access to the evidence needed to tell our stories and inform effective and responsive policy and program design and implementation.

 

Speakers

Michael Ditor, Data Purchase and Access Coordinator, Community Data Program

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Michael has worked as a Program Coordinator and Analyst for the Community Data Program for the past eight years. Over the last twenty years, he worked on various knowledge-sharing and monitoring initiatives that focus on creating and disseminating indicators to track local trends and inform policy.

He is currently working on a Masters' degree in Applied Science at École Polytechnique de Montréal.

 

Sasha Mosky, Training and Capacity Building Coordinator, Community Data Program

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Sasha is the Training and Capacity Building Coordinator for the Community Data Program and supports communications and networking activities, data visualization and analysis, and knowledge-sharing initiatives.

Sasha holds a Masters of Planning from Dalhousie University and has a background in sustainable development, housing and environmental planning.

 

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