If your nonprofit organization is like most, it collects a lot of data, publishes that data in tables and charts, and then struggles to analyze it to determine if there are any actionable insights. But what if your organization mapped that data instead? Would new patterns emerge that might change how your organization works?
Join us in April and hear how mapping can help you learn from the data you collect. Maggie Cawley, VP of Go Global GIS, LLC will introduce us to mapping and geographic information systems (GIS), talk about how nonprofits are using mapping and GIS, and suggest tools to help you get started mapping your own data.