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Conference
Baltimore Data Week
Conference

Mon., July 20, 2020 - Fri., July 24, 2020

Baltimore Data Week

Online

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For the 20th anniversary of Baltimore Data Day, the Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance has expanded its annual workshop into a weeklong series of "how to" interactive sessions in which people who work with data will explain what data is available, where to find and access data, and how data can be actionable for communities. You must register for each session separately. (See the full agenda for more details and registration links.)

Baltimore Data Week has been organized by daily themes:

  • Monday, July 20: Impact of COVID-19 on Baltimore's Communities
  • Tuesday, July 21: Racial Disparities in Housing and Neighborhood Development
  • Wednesday, July 22: Data for Understanding Environment and Climate Change
  • Thursday, July 23: Effect of Digital Equity on Learning and Working
  • Friday, July 24: Where Do We Go from Here? BNIA @ 20

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is co-hosting the opening plenary session on July 20, which is titled "Discussion on the Impacts of COVID-19 in Urban Areas like Baltimore." (Register on this page and see the agenda below.) In addition, Baltimore Data Week is culminating with an Investment Connection LIVE pitch session, where a select group of community-based organizations in Maryland will present their potential CRA-eligible proposals to an audience of funders. (See the event page for more information and a registration link.)

Who Should Attend


Community leaders, nonprofit organizations, governmental entities and civic-minded technologists are invited to see the latest trends in community-based data and learn how other groups are using data to support and advance constructive change.

Agenda


Discussion on the Impacts of COVID-19 in Baltimore

  • Monday, July 20, 2020
    02:40 pm

    Virtual Registration and Sign-In

    03:00 pm

    Welcome
    Peter M. Dolkart
    Community Development Regional Manager
    Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond - Baltimore Branch

    03:15 pm

    Plenary Speakers

    Dr. Joshua M. Sharfstein
    Vice Dean for Public Health Practice and Community Engagement
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health


    Michael B. Kelly
    Executive Director
    Baltimore Metropolitan Council


    Jenny Schuetz
    Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program
    Brookings Institution

    04:00 pm

    Panel Discussion and Q&A

    04:25 pm

    Closing
    Dr. Seema Iyer
    Associate Director
    Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance - Jacob France Institute

phone Contact Us

Peter Dolkart (410) 576-3389 (410) 952-8142 (mobile)