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Let's Talk About Race: Using Data as a Tool for Empowerment

Are evaluators treating processes around race data with the level of thoughtfulness and advocacy they require? In this Webinar, prepare to unpack the complexities around race data and learn what questions to ask yourself as you engage with it.

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Let's Talk About Race: Using Data as a Tool for Empowerment
Let's Talk About Race: Using Data as a Tool for Empowerment

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Aug 20, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

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Let's Talk About Race: Using Data as a Tool for Empowerment

Date: Tuesday, August 20th, 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. (EDT)

Are evaluators treating processes around race data with the level of thoughtfulness and advocacy they require? In this Webinar, prepare to unpack the complexities around race data and learn what questions to ask yourself as you engage with it.

About the Presenter:

Elizabeth DiLuzio specializes in organizational strategy, program evaluation, and adult learning. She has a history of facilitating organizational development of evaluation processes and data-informed cultural change. She is committed to supporting organizations in reaching the maximum impact for their clients with a keen eye to diverse, equitable, and inclusive practices. To this end, her work is rooted in participatory methodology and a strengths-based approach. She incorporates democratic practices such as the Art of Hosting and Design Thinking to design, assess, and enhance culturally sensitive initiatives. Elizabeth works at Good Shepherd Services as a Manager of Evaluation and Strategy. She teaches qualitative methods as an adjunct professor at NYU. She has a master’s in global public health and a master’s in social work.

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