This report from our Community Data and Research Lab offers key economic data on several Grand Rapids, Mich. neighborhoods to support ongoing work to promote inclusive growth in our city.
Category: Data & Data Tools
Through the lenses of project management, disaster response, and data, Jeff Williams considers how the coronavirus crisis may impact the nonprofit sector.
In this interview, Tory Martin chats with Jeff WIlliams, new director of the Johnson Center’s Community Data and Research Lab.
The Johnson Center’s Latinx Data Report (2019) brings inequities based on race/ethnicity in Kent County, Mich. to light through data. In this article, data analyst Rachel Borashko explores some of the key findings.
This piece from our 2019 Trends report highlights the challenges of making increasingly granular data publicly available while also protecting individual rights to privacy.
Rachel Borashko recaps her experience attending the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP) convening in Milwaukee this summer.
The Community Research Institute at the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy is now the Community Data and Research Lab.
2017 marked the first year of county-wide survey expansion thanks to a partnership between the Johnson Center and the Kent County Health Department.
Guest authors Jara Dean-Coffey and Kelly Hannum highlight the dangers of interpreting data in ways that reflect assumptions and reinforce practices that conceal truth rather than deliver it.
The Grand Rapids Art Museum partnered with the Johnson Center for a research study to help them better understand, engage, and serve the community.