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Monday, September 17 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Data disaggregation: How to do it well to inform program and policy improvements

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Data disaggregation, in this context, is the process of breaking out large racial and ethnic groups like the five main groups used by the U.S. Census Bureau (American Indian, Black or African American, Asian, Latinx, and White) into smaller, more nuanced cultural, national, regional, or other sub-groups. Data disaggregation can help to inform questions about who has (or doesn’t have) access to various social services or amenities, how different groups of people experience a certain intervention or event, and/or how program outcomes or impacts vary by subgroup. Often, we need disaggregated data to help us understand complex social issues, because large race/ethnic categories just don’t give us enough information.
The purpose of this presentation is to illustrate how organizations use disaggregated data to inform their policies and programs, using real examples.  

Speakers
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Nicole MartinRogers

senior research manager, Wilder
Nicole has been with Wilder Research since 2001. She provides research and evaluation services to a wide range of programs and organizations. She designs and consults on program evaluations and population-based survey research projects, specializing in culturally-based methods as... Read More →
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Joe Munnich

Generation Next
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Nadege Souvenir

Vice President of Operations & Learning, Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation
Nadege Souvenir is vice president of Operations & Learning for the Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation. In her role, she oversees grants administration, Human Resources, IT, and learning and evaluation. In 2016, Nadege launched East Metro Pulse, a community vitality survey and report... Read More →
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Chris Taylor

Minnesota Historical Society
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Bo Thao-Urabe

Executive Director, Coalition of Asian American Leaders (CAAL)
Bo Thao-Urabe's work has been focused on creating community-centered, asset-based solutions that results in meaningful outcomes and transformative change. Her commitment to improving community conditions so that all people thrive has led to the creation of local, national and international... Read More →


Monday September 17, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Heritage Gallery
  • Presentation Format PANEL (50 min.)

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