For those of us working in communities, communicating is a critical skill. Now more than ever, we have to present data and information in a way that is accessible, creates trust, and motivates community-based organizations to take action. Long written reports are not going to make that happen!
Ann Emery is a highly sought after data visualization expert and teacher and I know you will enjoy this conversation. In this episode, Ann joins me to discuss ways we can use data to communicate more effectively. We talk about how to use data visualization to get the attention of community groups and how to deal with mistrust of data.
I know you will enjoy this conversation.
Ann K. Emery is an internationally-acclaimed speaker who equips organizations to get their data out of dusty spreadsheets and into real-world conversations.
Each year, she delivers over 100 keynotes, workshops, and webinars with the aim of equipping organizations to visualize data more effectively.
She has been invited to speak in 30 states and 10 countries; 4,400 people have enrolled in her online training academy; and she has consulted to 200 organizations, including the United Nations, Centers for Disease Control, and Harvard University.
She earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia and a Master’s degree from George Mason University.
After traveling full-time as a digital nomad, Ann now resides in Florida along with her husband and three children.
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