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This is the June meeting of Connecticut's Equity and Ethics Community of Practice. It is open to anyone interested in this topic.
Join the Equity in Data Community of Practice as they delve more deeply into how demographic data is collected.
Demographic data collection (items about people's characteristics - their race and ethnicity, age, income, etc.) offers great promise. It allows us the chance to disaggregate data to learn whether different groups are benefiting more than others.
Yet it also offers the opportunity to harm and make groups more invisible than they already feel.
Join Jasmine Laroche (Program Associate for Evaluation and Learning at The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Philanthropies) as she presents and facilitates a discussion based on the report, More Than Numbers: A Guide Toward Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in Data Collection.
About the presenter:
Jasmine Laroche is a Program Associate for Evaluation and Learning at The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Philanthropies. She has over three years of professional experience providing evaluation, technical assistance and strategic planning services as a consultant for city and state government agencies, as well as nonprofits and community-based organizations.
In her role as Program Associate, she serves as an internal evaluator to support the ongoing evaluation of the Schusterman Fellowship and REALITY signature programs and she helps aggregate and analyze data to inform strategic decisions across the organization. Additionally, she provides technical assistance to help strengthen the work of grantees through survey design, logic model curation and other data informed, strategic initiatives.
Jasmine holds a Master's in Public Policy from the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley and she received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pittsburgh.