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Advancing Data Literacy in the Public Sector

As demand for data-informed decision-making increases, more government agencies are leveraging data analytics to prepare for the digital future. Yet one of the largest barriers to scaling analytics across the organization is data literacy - the ability for everyone to explore, understand, and communicate with mission-critical data.

Join us for a fireside chat as we discuss the growing need for data literacy and steps to adopting a data-forward approach for your organization. 

About the speakers

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Sarah Nell Rodriguez

Senior Manager, Customer Success, SLED, Tableau

Sarah Nell-Rodriquez is a globally recognized industry expert in software education and data literacy. Sarah brings her deep knowledge of technical education to customer success, helping companies build a successful data culture. She's the founder of BeDataLit.com, a site that empowers data literacy advocates to lower the barrier to data skills for everyone.


Oksana Fearon

Founder, Harbour Lights Analytics

Oksana Fearon is the founder of Harbour Lights Analytics where she shares her passion and love working with data and ensures the
success of the clients, colleagues, and community as Harbour Lights Analytics grows. Oksana has over 15 years of data management, reporting, and analytics experience in the public sector. Most recently she worked at the Chicago Police Department where she played a critical role in the establishment of the Strategic Data Analytics Division, and the delivery of the vision, strategy, and technologies to unlock the value of data assets and develop a data-driven culture. Prior to that, she provided leadership in designing and deploying a public, userfriendly Information Portal at the City of Chicago Inspector General’s Office. Earlier in her career she monitored and evaluated the performance of thousands of agencies and organizations nationwide funded by the Office on Violence Against Women at the U.S. Department of Justice.

Her analytics solutions and data visualizations helped inform decision-making and promoted effectiveness, efficiency, and integrity in federal, state, and local governments. She holds a master’s degree in Analytics from the University of Chicago and a master’s degree in Public Policy and Management from Muskie School of Public Service.

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