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Wednesday, November 2 • 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Connecting the public with environmental data

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As it gets easier to track environmental conditions, natural resource agencies could take advantage of a flood of better data, if they’re prepared. Come talk about overcoming legacy IT, opening government data, and engaging users to improve the way we manage public lands and waters.

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Kate Wing

Principal, K|W Consulting
Kate Wing is the principal of K|W Consulting, where she works with clients to design strategy, develop business models, build networks, and support ocean conservation. She has a wide breadth of experience in the social sector, from managing a $20 million grant portfolio to running nonprofit campaigns and serving as a Congressional fellow. Along with her consulting work, she is currently pursuing her interest in open data for fisheries through a... Read More →

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Greg Gearheart

Deputy Director, Office of Information Management and Analysis at the California State Water Resources Control Board
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Dan Hammer

Senior Policy Advisor, The White House and Chief Data Scientist, The Earth Genome
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Matt Merrifield

Chief Technology Officer, The Nature Conservancy

Wednesday November 2, 2016 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Room 204

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