Episode 30: Jordan and Bryant on Data Literacy, Privacy, and the Difficulties of Data Usage in Social Entrepreneurship (Special Guest Podcast Episode)

This week we have a very special episode of the Data Couture Podcast. We are featuring a brand new podcast on the block (Social Impact with Bryant Jefferson)!

The first episode of Social Impact with Bryant Jefferson is up! I’m joined byJordan Bohall (check out the Data Couture Podcast) as we talk about the intersection of data and social enterprise.

Jordan Bohall (TW: @JordanBohall) is the Vice President of Insights and Analytics at IH Mississippi Valley Credit Union, host of the Data Couture podcast, and has a PhD in philosophy to boot.

His background in data applied to the social enterprise context leads to an extremely valuable conversation that can help social entrepreneurs build data teams and track their impact metrics more effectively, while also educating folks on the nuance within the data space.

The rest of the season 1 slate is out on October 21st.

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Music for the show: Foolish Game / God Don’t Work On Commission by spinmeister (c) copyright 2014 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/spinmeister/46822 Ft: Snowflake

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