Data Science 101 for Non-Data People

September 24
75 mins

Webinar Host

Chantal Hansen

Sr. Manager, Research & Data


HelpSeeker is excited to present our webinar: Data Science 101 for Non-Data People

Data Science 101 for Non-Data People:

Even though technology now permeates every aspect of our lives – from how we connect with others, to how we pay for gas – the world of data, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning is still so enigmatic to many of us. But the potential for these technologies to be used to break new ground and make substantial advancements in the social impact sector are real – and we want to make sure that you’re ready for it when it happens! On the other hand, we know that data can also be used as a weapon for mis/disinformation and to further inequities, systemic racism and discrimination. To ensure data is used for the greater good, we need to be knowledgeable and comfortable with data science concepts and their application to social issues.

Join us for an introduction to the world of Data Science, where experts working in the field will go over basic concepts and knowledge to guide the not-so-data savvy among us


In this webinar, you will learn:

Featured Speakers

Webinar Host

Chantal Hansen

Sr. Manager, Research & Data

Chantal brings 15 years’ experience in the field of health and human services with a focus on the collection, interpretation, and visualization of data to inform policy and programming. She has expertise in developing and implementing databases, online database governance, privacy regulation and practices, and using data to make better decisions.

Chantal’s special interest is Geography: understanding where things are found, why they are there, and how they develop and change over time. She utilizes Geographic Information Science (GIS) technology, as its spatial focus embraces the idea of interconnectedness.

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