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Do Good Data 2014
Data Analysts for Social Good
Monday, May 12, 2014 at 8:00 AM – Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 12:00 PM
Thank you for checking out Do Good Data 2014! I am so excited about this conference. We had such success in 2013, I can’t wait to see what will happen this year as we expand to 2 days and 300 attendees. We have amazing speakers and experiences lined up and we are anticipating selling out again, so get your tickets early!

I’m often asked, “Who should attend Do Good Data?” and while I’d like to shout, “Everyone!” I know that’s not helpful. Do Good Data is ideal for everyone trying to learn ways to use research, quantiative analysis, and data for social good. Last year we had executive directors of nonprofits, fundraisers, professors, business owners, consultants, government analysts, and students find Do Good Data beneficial.

If you want to learn more about how your organization can change the world more effectively and efficiently, Do Good Data is for you. If you are an analyst, data scientist, or researcher in the social sector, Do Good Data is for you.

Check out the list of speakers and topics below, but know that others are constantly being added to the conference. I know that it’s going to be a great 2 days.


Andrew Means,
Founder, Data Analysts for Social Good


What People Are Saying

“Do Good Data¬†was one of the best and most pragmatically useful conferences I have attended. The speakers were incredibly impressive and the keynotes and sessions provided plenty of options for everyone.” – Heidi
“One of my favorite things about the inaugural Do Good Data conference was the generosity of the speakers and attendees: everyone was open and candid, whether sharing case studies about what’s worked for them; stories of failed attempts at measurement; or reviews of tools, processes, and philosophies.” – Julia

Confirmed Speakers (More to come!)

Foundation Center
Tiny Spark
Beth Kanter
Chicago Public Schools
Museum of Science & Industry
Chicago Public Library
Taproot Foundation
Samsung Analytics
Pathways to Education, Canada
Crisis Text Line
The Cara Program
DataScope Analytics
The Impact Lab
Mission Measurement
Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities (ARCC)

Topics Include

Data driven fundraising
Making Collective Impact Work
Important Concepts for the Nonprofit Analyst
Maximizing the Pro Bono Relationship
Digital Strategy
Utilizing Google Analytics
Making the Case for Nonprofit Analysts
Data Visualization
Design Thinking in the Social Sector
The Future of the Social Sector
Building Maps
Measuring Your Organization’s Impact


The Impact Lab

What’s Included

Registration to the conference
Coffee & Snacks throughout both days
Lunch on Monday
Some awesome swag
The best 2 days a geek for good will find

Scholarship Fund

If your organization is unable to afford the registration fee please contact me at Andrew [at] MeansWellDoesGood.com

Group Registrations

Registering your whole team? Please contact me at Andrew [at] MeansWellDoesGood.com for a $25 per registration discount for groups of 5 or more.

Cancellation Policy

More than 30 days before the conference you will get a full refund
Between 15 and 29 days before the conference you will get a 50%
Less than 15 days before the conference you will not get a refund
UIC Student Center East
750 S Halsted St
Chicago, IL 60607

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