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Data To Action: Making Your Data Useful And Visible

December 13, 2023

10:00 am - 11:00 am PT | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm ET

February 5, 2024

10:00 am - 11:00 am PT | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm ET


Almost every Nonprofit organization has two superpowers. The first is the data that they have packed away in databases and spreadsheets, often collecting virtual dust on their servers. The second is the visual faculties of their donors, board members, and staff members. While most of us glaze over at the sight of a spreadsheet, humans are wired to process visual information at lightning speed. By showing data in engaging visual formats, we can conquer common nonprofit challenges. All attendees will also get a list of resources to pump up the knowledge and skills you acquired at the webinar.

Who Should Attend?

Nonprofit leaders (ED’s, board members, COO’s), nonprofit internal evaluators, data analysts, or data managers

What The Training Will Cover

  • The two superpowers organizations have and how to help you to wield them more often and more effectively

  • How you can use data visualization (aka data viz) to address key problems you face showing and evaluating their impact

  • The types of visualizations that work best for different purposes

  • How to turn a good viz into a great one


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Additional Information

All workshops are live & recorded. Registrants receive slides & recordings. It is best to attend live. If you miss the workshop, you can watch the recordings and reach out to the instructor with any questions.

Looking to register 3+ people? Email us at to receive $5 off per registration!

Please Note: 

We do not offer any other discounts for this training other than the member rate. Upon registration, you will receive a link to participate in the training. Please check your inbox or spam folder.


Amelia Kohm, PhD, is the founder of Data Viz for Nonprofits and has more than 25 years of experience studying, funding, and evaluating human services. She earned a certificate in data visualization from the University of Washington and applied her data visualization skills in her research at Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago, a child policy research center. Prior to Chapin Hall, she worked as a program officer at the Sears Roebuck Foundation and at the Illinois Humanities Council. She earned her BA from Haverford College, an MA from the School of Social Services Administration at the University of Chicago, and a PhD from the University of Bath.



1 hour of training = 1 credit hour



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