Using data to help people most impacted by COVID
Minnesota's foundation, nonprofit, government, business, and community leaders and decision-makers
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in extraordinary health, workforce, education, and economic challenges for Minnesota.
Minnesota Compass hosted a free, online event on Thursday, April 28 to provide data and analysis on some of the biggest challenges caused by the pandemic. The goal is to equip Minnesota's foundation, nonprofit, government, business, and community leaders and decision-makers with information about the pandemic’s impact on quality of life, and the people and communities most in need.
In this presentation, Minnesota Compass Research Scientist Justin Hollis shares new data and analysis on the impacts of the pandemic on our workforce and economy with special emphasis on housing, and food insecurity, and the populations being disproportionately affected.
Rebecca Mino, Manager of Applied Research and Policy at Second Harvest Heartland, shares her organization's story of using data during the pandemic for planning, evaluation, and eliciting public support.
Attendees participated in facilitated discussions and leave the event with data and analysis about the biggest challenges facing Minnesota as a result of the pandemic, which can be used to make data-informed decisions about funding, programs, and services to help those most in need.
Thank you to our generous sponsors, whose contributions enabled us to make this event accessible for more people to participate by keeping it free of charge!
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