Jeff Williams describes how individual organizations balance privacy and transparency, address equity of access, and act upon data to create and share actionable knowledge will be key for philanthropy going forward.
Category: Data & Data Tools
Adriaza Paz examines the growing number of foundations and individual philanthropists investing in data scientists and data-informed decision making.
Representatives from the Kent County Essential Needs Task Force speak with us about how their organization is using data from our “Economic Inclusion in Grand Rapids” report to inform their work and further their mission.
In this interview with Stacy Stout, director of equity and engagement with the City of Grand Rapids, she shares how the City is using key data from the Johnson Center’s “Economic Inclusion in Grand Rapids” report.
Analyzing data from nearly five million records, we explore how nonprofits fared under the Paycheck Protection Program and consider its impact on nonprofit employment.
In this fourth of a five-part series, Jeff Williams shares how researchers at the Johnson Center analyzed data to determine the post-COVID risk to nonprofits nationwide.
Jeff Williams presents a series of financial simulations that may help sector leaders determine whether or not to dip into their endowments this year to help with their economic recovery efforts.
The growing need for easy-to-use tools for organizing and interpreting that data is spurring new equity mapping strategies and data visualization tools.
In this second part of our series on the financial impacts of coronavirus, Jeff Williams and Tamela Spicer take a look at the state of nonprofit finances as they headed into the pandemic.
Este informe presenta una revisión actualizada del progreso hacia la inclusión económica en el área de Grand Rapids, Mich.