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Values-based Data Management for 
the Nonprofit Sector
Is your nonprofit increasingly challenged to engage in data-driven decision-making and to use data to demonstrate impact? You're not alone. During this presentation, we will explore some of the challenges nonprofits face in collecting, analyzing, using, and communicating data in a way that is in line with both organizational and funder values. Attendees will also get a sneak peek at the The Nonprofit Institute's Nonprofit Data Learning Center which will provide training and support for values-based nonprofit data management beginning this summer. 
Friday, April 12
11:30 - 1:00 PM  
Multnomah Athletic Club
1849 SW Salmon Street | Portland, OR

This program will be livestreamed for remote participation
Billie Sandberg is an assistant professor of Public Administration and the Director of the Nonprofit Institute at Portland State University. She has a B.A. in History from Ripon College, and received both her MPA and PhD in Public Administration from Arizona State University. She teaches graduate courses in nonprofit management, leadership development, marketing, social entrepreneurship, ethics, organizational behavior, program evaluation, and mix methods research strategies. She also oversees the capstone course for students in the Master in Public Administration degree program.
$35 AFP and NWPGRT members | $50 Nonmembers and Guests | $15 Live-stream

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