Get the experience and tools you need to overcome the equity challenges in your data.

Few people intentionally use data to make racist, or sexist, or unethical decisions. However, it’s very easy to do so accidentally. This has serious consequences for communities, policies, individuals, and organizations. From decision-makers and grant-makers to researchers and strategists, we all need a toolkit for embedding equity and ethics on our data products.

You'll Learn By Doing

A live, interactive, online workshop.

  • Use the seven-step Data Equity Framework to surface bias, racism, homophobia, sexism, and more in your data projects.

  • Use the Data Equity Framework checklists to correct these issues and biases.

  • Competently use a set of practical tools to increase equity in data analysis, communication, project design, data viz, and more.

  • Take practical steps to embed equity into data projects you consume or create.

  • Facilitate a conversation between your data team and your non-technical stakeholders about what it means to embed equity in your data products.

  • Build a list of immediate actions you can take tomorrow as well as a strategic long term plan for you and your team.

“Best Zoom workshop ever. Thank you for all the engagement. The clarity and examples and presentation of ideas in an easily digestible way was excellent! So grateful to have had this opportunity to learn.”

KW, Grants Manager

“This course was so much more than I expected. It breaks down how to create and use an equity lens throughout the evaluation lifecycle, in clear language with practical examples. Can't recommend this highly enough. ”

Alissa Marchant, Senior Associate with Innovation Network

“So, so wonderful!!! I really appreciate this format. More workshops need to take note! I haven’t been to so useful of a workshop in YEARS. This transformed my world”

LM, City Data Manager

“You have explained the complexities of data equity and shared a very practical approach. I've rarely attended a webinar or training so thoughtfully well put together. It was a very good use of our time.”

Adrienne Stein