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Apr. 16: DATA2GO.NYC @ Queens Borough Cabinet

April 16, 2016 — Queens, NY. Measure of America co-director Sarah Burd-Sharps will present at the April meeting of the Queens Borough Cabinet. She will host a workshop demoing DATA2GO.NYC.

Apr. 1: Staten Island Not for Profit Conference

April 1, 2016 — Staten Island, NY. Measure of America co-director Sarah Burd-Sharps will present at the 2016 Staten Island Not for Profit Conference. She will host a workshop demoing DATA2GO.NYC as a “free, easy and efficient data analysis and mapping tool that [nonprofits] can start using to make cases for support right away.” For more details, including a link to RSVP, go here.

Mar. 26: State of the District

March 26, 2016 — Brooklyn, NY. New York City Councilmember Robert E. Cornegy Jr. is hosting the 2016 State of the District event, at which Measure of America will be part of a workshop using DATA2GO.NYC to gain a better understanding of what District 36 (Bedford-Stuyveasant and northern Crown Heights) needs and how it’s doing. For more details, including a link to RSVP, go here.

Mar. 18: The Global Goals in New York City

March 18, 2016 — New York, NY. Measure of America co-director Kristen Lewis will be speaking at “The Global Goals in New York City,” a conference convened by the Council on Foundations, the SDG Philanthropy Platform and Philanthropy New York. She will be discussing how work already underway in New York City supports the universal Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). For more details, go here.

Mar. 9-11: Sharing Knowledge to Build a Culture of Health

March 9-11, 2016 — Baltimore, MD. Measure of America co-director Sarah Burd-Sharps will be speaking at the inaugural conference hosted by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation dedicated to building a transdisciplinary evidence base for a Culture of Health. She will be discussing measures for answering the question, “What is a good life?” The discussion will move beyond traditional measures, such as QALYs and DALYs, and dive into measures for assessing well-being and advancing health equity drawing on global examples. For more details, go here.

Jan. 29: 2016 National Mentoring Summit

January 29, 2016 — Washington, D.C. Measure of America co-director Kristen Lewis will present a speech on “Economics and Mentoring: A National Urgency” at the 2016 National Mentoring Summit. The workshop will provide a compelling overview of urgent and often overlooked economic dimensions confronting vulnerable or disconnected youth that bear national attention during an important election year in our country. More details here.

Nov. 20: Opportunity Youth Network Summit

November 20, 2015 — Washington, D.C. From 8:30 to 9:15 AM, Measure of America co-director Kristen Lewis will provide a keynote address to set the stage for the 2015 Opportunity Youth Network Summit. She will cover Measure of America’s recent research on youth disconnection and frame the OYN’s goal to reconnect one million youth. For more information on the summit, click here.

Dec. 2: Philanthropy NY — An Introduction to DATA2GO.NYC

December 2, 2015 — New York, NY. From 2:45 to 4:30 PM, Measure of America co-directors Sarah Burd-Sharps and Kristen Lewis along with Tamara Fox of the Helmsley Charitable Trust will present in a workshop-style interactive demonstration of DATA2GO.NYC. Participants will be able to pitch their data needs and see if the tool can help address them. Even if you’re not a New York City funder, this program can help you think about what you might do to inspire the creation of new data sources that help you be a better grantmaker. For more details, see here.

Oct. 28: DATA2GO.NYC Launch

October 28, 2015 — New York, NY. From 8:30 to 9:30 AM at Civic Hall, the Measure of America team along with selected presenters will launch DATA2GO.NYC, a free, easy-to-use mapping tool to visualize and analyze well-being and inequality in NYC. Presenting will be John R. Ettinger, CEO of the Helmsley Trust, Matthew Klein, Executive Director of the Center for Economic Opportunity and Senior Advisor to the Mayor’s Office of Operations, and Cynthia Esposito Lamy, Metrics Manager for the Robin Hood Foundation. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, click here. Please RSVP here.

Jun. 23: Unequal Justice: How the US Housing Crisis Continues to Exacerbate the Racial Wealth Gap

June 23, 2015 — Washington, D.C. From 1:00PM to 2:00 PM, Sarah Burd-Sharps and representatives from the Center for American Progress, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and American Civil Liberties Union will have a panel discussion on the findings of our recent research exploring the impact of the U.S. housing crisis on the racial wealth gap across generations. The event is hosted by the ACLU in their offices at 915 15th Street NW, Washington, D.C., 20005. You can find the official invitation here. Please send RSVPs or questions to