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March 23-25, 2020 | New Orleans
DRIVE/ is the only U.S. event that offers a focused learning experience for education institutions and other nonprofit organizations to explore all things data.
Two full days of programming include sessions on data management, mining, analytics, visualization, governance, artificial intelligence and more. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn from industry experts and peers as well as explore technologies and solutions through interactive sessions and in a dedicated exhibits area.
Since 2011, DRIVE/ has guided thousands of professionals in capturing, managing and analyzing data to gain insight, drive better outcomes, operate efficiently, and achieve their missions.
Data— empowering nonprofits to harness the power of data to achieve
Results— producing outcomes while ensuring data security and privacy through
Intelligence— gaining insight to make better business decisions and delivering
Value— to those in the data field and leaders using data via
Education— offered year-round with evolving curriculum and innovative learning experiences
Tuesday, March 24
Opening Key Session
8:30 - 9:30 AM
Human Insights Missing from Big Data
With stories from Nokia to Netflix to the oracles of ancient Greece, Tricia Wang demystifies big data, identifies its pitfalls and provides insights into how to make the right business decisions and thrive in the unknown.
Tricia Wang, Co-Founder, Sudden Compass and Global Tech Ethnographer
Wednesday, March 25
Key Session Panel
8:30 - 9:30 AM
A Conversation with Transformational Data and Digital Leaders
In this interactive panel discussion, hear from data, digital, and strategic leaders from prominent nonprofit organizations and technology companies as they discuss their greatest data successes, challenges and how their role has transformed from a governance emphasis to a strategic focus with revenue responsibilities. If you aspire to be a CDO or strategic leader, this is a must-attend general session.
David Mathison, Founder and CEO, CDO Club; Perry Hewitt, Digital and Marketing Strategist, Colechurch Consulting; Vignesh Clingam, Chief Marketing and Digital Officer, American Diabetes Association; Jawad Sartaj, Chief Analytics Officer, SOMOS Community Care; and Stephanie Trunzo, Global Vice President, Transformation and Offerings, Oracle
Wednesday, March 25
Closing Key Session
3:00 - 4:00 PM
The Three C’s of Choice - Choice Overload
Learn to recognize the symptoms of choice overload and hear about innovative solutions for treating the malady. Sheena’s goal is to help you separate the important choices from the trivial ones and to teach you how to create a better choosing experience.
Sheena Iyengar, S.T. Lee Professor of Business, Columbia Business School
Join colleagues, peers, companies and technology providers in New Orleans to:
Experience how data and analytics can improve outcomes
Meet and network with like-minded peers who are focused on technology
Learn how to define, govern, and describe data for your organization
Demo the latest technology solutions
What past attendees had to say about the DRIVE/Experience
"It’s nice to have this kind of focused environment at DRIVE/ where it isn’t about broader fundraising concepts, but instead geared toward analytics and analysis, which is my career path. To be around people who are passionate about this topic is great."
"There aren’t that many opportunities to meet other individuals who are in roles that focus on leveraging data and analytics to enhance decision-making, so to convene a couple hundred said individuals in one place for two days is a great opportunity, both from a networking perspective, and a growth perspective as well."
"For me DRIVE/ was an amazing opportunity to start building my network. I have a long list of people now that I can go to and learn from, ask questions and think about how to do things differently."
"I’ve been to DRIVE/ before and its a very valuable conference for the work I do – it’s very aspirational because I see all these institutions that are doing crazy cool things with their data, and it’s great to take all these ideas back."