This month we'll hear from Shannon Mills, a Strategic Performance Management Analyst for Pinellas County Government.
Shannon will share with us the work she's doing with a Socrata implementation project, working to streamline all internal operational/performance measures and create an open data platform to make data more accessible to the public. A key component of this project is identifying key datasets, breaking down data silos and working with various data owners within the County to understand the data and how to automate the data inputs/outputs through various methods.
Shannon is a Florida native and USF alumna, and made the switch to the public sector last year after spending the majority of her career at Nielsen, working in telecom research.
First time visitors, please join us at 6pm for a quick orientation to learn more about Code for Tampa Bay and how you can get involved with projects.
About Code for Tampa Bay
Code for Tampa Bay Brigade is an affiliate of Code for America, and part of an international network of people committed to using their voices and hands, in collaboration with local governments, to make their cities better. Code for Tampa Bay Brigade helps build participatory power in their cities by holding regular civic hack nights and events, advocating for open data, and deploying apps. Brigades celebrate and share their successes with the Brigade network to further the global civic innovation movement. Visit CodeforTampaBay.org for more information.
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