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What’s Common Among Existentialism, Philanthropy and AI? Nathan Fay describes

Nathan Fay is a associate vice president of prospect development at City of Hope, one of the nations top National Cancer Institutes. He provides leadership to the areas of BI, grateful patients, and prospect development. Nathan is working on a couple of books called “Precision Prospect Development” and “Precision Philanthropy: Using AI to Solve World’s […]

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Mark Peterson, former analytics chief at USAID, describes technology for development

Mark Peterson, ex-Division Chief, Data and Analytics at US Global Development Lab, USAID, founded a team to create new ways to generate, share, and analyze data to more effectively meet the challenges of poverty, hunger, and disease. He brings amazing knowledge and experience of research as a scientist and a practitioner. Currently, he is researching […]

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It’s really not about analytics

Rodger Devine knows about change. He used to be in the backroom writing client-server management tools and keeping the servers up. Now, he leads leadership annual giving program as well as data analytics and advancement operations at one of the largest colleges at USC.  In this talk, we discuss: Change management Barriers to analytics adoption Shifting perspectives […]

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Jon Boeckenstedt, higher ed data wizard and WaPo contributor, describes ops of a major data-driven university

Jon Boeckenstedt, associate vice president for Enrollment Management and Marketing, shares how DePaul university uses data to keep a competitive edge in enrolling quality students, yet providing opportunities to who need the most. We talk about his Washington Post article, in which Jon discusses how the well-intentioned plans of elite universities to recruit more underserved […]

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