Webinar

The Rise of Data Science for Social Good

Thursday, April 21, 2016
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
JeanCarlo Bonilla, DataKind

The rise of data science has been backed by a promise of changing the business landscape by providing competitive advantage, business optimization and efficiency, and ultimately a better bottom-line. And in many instances this promise had been delivered. Is this webinar, we explore how data science, as promise for change, can be used to reduce human suffering. JeanCarlo will discuss how to harness the power of data science in the service of human. Learn more about data science for social good and how to use cutting-edge analytics and advanced algorithms to maximize social impact.

JeanCarlo (J.C.) Bonilla is a technology and data management expert specializing in data-driven decisions, technology strategy, and insight delivery. JeanCarlo has over ten years of experience in cross-functional roles with responsibilities encompassing analytics solutions, strategic planning, technology selection and implementation, staffing, coaching, and resource and budget planning. At DataKind, he leads programs and the portfolio of projects, ensuring projects are designed to achieve maximum impact. JeanCarlo started his career as an engineer in the semiconductor community, followed by a decade in academia. When J.C. is not at DataKind, he can be found teaching tech strategy or business analytics at New York University. He holds a B.S. & M.S. in electrical engineering and Ph.D. in technology management.


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Last updated:

April 21, 2016