"Using Data Discovery to Improve Decision Making"
Speakers: Tori Liu & Galina Kozachenko
Tori is the Vice President of Association Analytics®, whose mission is to help associations use data to make decisions with confidence. Tori has 10+ years of experience in association management, data analytics, and technology strategy. She previously served as the Vice President of Technology and Strategic Initiatives at the Global Cold Chain Alliance. She’s a member of the ASAE Technology Section Council and previously served on the ASAE Communications Section Council and the ASAE Young Professionals Committee. Tori holds an M.B.A. from George Washington University.
Galina Kozachenko is originally from Moscow, Russia and has been living in the United States since 1999. Galina started working for the Association for Financial Professionals in 2005, where she is the Director, Strategic Data Analytics. She helped AFP build its analytics infrastructure that includes a data warehouse that combines three data sources, a data visualization tool and predictive modeling. Galina is involved with various department at AFP to help with business processes improvement, membership engagement and marketing channel optimization. She is passionate about all things related to strategy and data.
Plan now to attend this session to hear from Tori Liu and Galina Kozachenko how the Association for Financial Professionals is using the power of data discovery and data visualization to shift its culture to embrace evidence-based decision making. They’ll demystify data analytics, breaking down what you need to know to begin using this approach in your decision making. Learn how AFP’s agile approach to data analytics helps them proactively respond to issues and fosters a culture of innovation. Finally, they’ll share the ingredients for what your organization needs to adopt an analytical mindset.
.recognize the importance and value of data analytics
.review the process applied in data analytics
.recognize management's role in leading change to a data-guided culture
.consider ways to get started using data analytics
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
11:15 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
1825 Connecticut Ave., NW, 8th Floor
Washington, DC 20009
Room: Academy Hall
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