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Wednesday, March 22 • 10:45am - 12:30pm
Morning Breakout 2 – Collecting and Analysing Data to Improve Humanitarian Response FULL

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Humanitarian organizations are under increasing pressure to collect community feedback and other data points to continuously improve the efficiency, effectiveness, and relevance of humanitarian programmes. How can humanitarian organizations partner with ICT companies to collect and analyse data in a timely and efficient fashion?

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Simone Ross

Co-Founder, Techonomy Media
Simone oversees the organization and programming for the Techonomy (techonomy.com) conferences. Techonomy conferences and editorial focus on the intersection of tech and the economy, and the role of tech as a driver for social and economic productivity and progress.At FORTUNE Simone... Read More →

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Linus Bengtsson

Executive Director, Flowminder
Flowminder Foundation is a non-profit organisation based in Stockholm, Geneva and Southampton. Flowminder's mission is to improve public health and welfare in low- and middle-income countries. We work with governments, inter-governmental organizations and NGOs and collect, aggregate... Read More →
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Dale Kunce

Global Lead – ICT and Analytics, American Red Cross
Dale Kunce leads the international ICT and Analytics teams at the American Red Cross where he is responsible for the adoption and creation of open source software, open data standards, and open data to inform the international work of the Red Cross. Dale is a geospatial engineer... Read More →
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Josh Musick

Principal Design Director, frog
Josh Musick is a veteran experience designer and hands-on creative lead with deep expertise with complex design systems, experience strategy and product design. He works as a Principal Design Director at frog and faculty member at the MFA Interaction Design program at the School of... Read More →
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Nicholas van Praag

Director, Ground Truth Solutions
Nick van Praag directs Ground Truth Solutions, an organization he founded in 2012 to help humanitarian actors systematically listen and respond to the people aid agencies set out to help.Ground Truth Solutions is now working with a range of partners in some 15 countries, from Syrian theatre and the Philippines to Nepal and Haiti... Read More →
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Erik Schlegel

Senior Engineer, Microsoft
Mr. Schlegel is a senior engineer at Microsoft, and based in the Austin area. He's an open source enthusiast and one of the earlier contributors to the react native Universal Windows Platform (UWP). Erik leads the engineering effort of Project Fortis, an open source early warning... Read More →
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Adele Waugaman

Senior Advisor, Digital Health, USAID
Adele Waugaman is Senior Advisor, Digital Health, at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). An affiliated expert and former fellow at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, she is also a frequent commentator on technology and development trends, having appeared in news... Read More →

Wednesday March 22, 2017 10:45am - 12:30pm PDT
CL2 - Crane Beach Tech Talk 1200 Crittenden Lane, Mountain View, CA 94303