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Now accepting nominations for the second annual DataHaven Innovation Awards!

The DataHaven Innovation Awards are designed to recognize individuals and groups who employ data to make Connecticut a better place.

Awardees will be announced at a statewide event in Spring 2020 in each of the following categories:

  • Data for Community Impact
  • Data in Education

Learn more and access the nomination form at https://www.ctdatahaven.org/anniversary#awards

 

What's New at DataHaven?

Findings from our 2019 Community Wellbeing Index publications are currently being discussed at events throughout Connecticut—pictured above, DataHaven presenting at Hartford400 working groups. Interested in scheduling a presentation? Please contact us.

DataHaven brings new hire to New Haven. Kelly Davila, formerly Senior Research Analyst and Research Practice Lead at IUPUI's Polis Center, a National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP) partner organization, has joined the DataHaven team as a Senior Research Associate, bringing with her a wealth of research, data analysis, and project management expertise.

Check out our newly-released Community Wellbeing Index Reports!

 

 

DataHaven and FCCF's The Fund for Women & Girls release new status report

"By focusing on the information with our dedicated donors and community partners, together we achieve sustainable, well-informed solutions so that each and every member of our community has the opportunity to thrive." -Juanita James, President & CEO, Fairfield County's Community Foundation

 

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