Laura McKieran presented with April Urban from Case Western Reserve on rethinking the local data intermediary role in our local communities at the Fall 2017 partners meeting of the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership. Offering examples from Cleveland and San Antonio (including the Alamo Regional Data Alliance), the session invited partners to think beyond traditional data work and consider how they might help build stronger and more collaborative local data ecosystems in their communities. The session video will be available soon on NNIP’s YouTube channel.
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