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Leveraging Data as an Asset to Support Policy-Making
Chief Data Officers are in place in over half of U.S. states and dozens of major cities across the country. As public entities begin to realize the value of the data they collect, store and manage, the question becomes: how can that data be leveraged as a strategic asset to deliver services and formulate public policy?

Join us as we talk to the officials tasked with answering that very question: state and local chief data officers.

We'll dive into:

- How they leverage data to support policy and decision-making
- How public entities can better manage, use, and protect the data they collect
- What's next for the evolving role of a CDO

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Jan 27, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Adita Karkera
Deputy Chief Data Officer @State of Arkansas
Adita Karkera has more than 20 years of experience in information technology. She currently serves as deputy chief data officer for the state of Arkansas pioneering a data-driven culture to break down government silos. Karkera’s emphasis for advancing data sharing and spearheading initiatives to improve the effectiveness of government programs and decision-making has sculpted her into a principal expert and passionate state leader in data management.
Rachel Stone
Chief Data Officer @State of Utah
Rachel Stone’s mission is to ensure effective, citizen-centric public service delivery. Where data or technology supported the right solution, Rachel has provided it in local, state, and federal government. Currently, she is Utah’s chief data officer in the Governor’s Office of Management and Budget. She works with cabinet agencies to measure their performance and facilitate data exchange between them.
Matthew McCarville
Chief Data Officer @State of Florida
Matthew McCarville is currently the Chief Data Officer for the State of Florida, under the Executive Office of the Governor and Department of Management Services. He also adjunct teaches data analytics at Florida State University, disruptive management at Stetson University, and will be teaching data storytelling, robotic and analytics processing automation through Tallahassee Community College soon. At Creighton University, Matthew completed the Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) program in Business Intelligence Analytics. He also received an MS in Business Intelligence Analytics (BIA), an MBA in Management, plus a Masters Certificate in Agile and Waterfall Project Management and BSBA all at Creighton. At M.I.T. he have completed a Professional Certificate in Big Data, at Georgia Tech, their Business Analytics: Leveraging the Power of Data Executive Program and finally at Boise State their Professional Certificate in Descriptive Data Analytics with Excel PowerBI tools.