The Data Center Is Looking For A New Executive Director

NEW ORLEANS – The Data Center is looking for a dynamic new executive director who will lead, expand and grow the work of the organization.  

         Data Center reps said the group brings decision makers together around a common set of facts in otherwise complex and uncertain environments. In 2015, The Data Center published three seminal reports: The New Orleans Index at Ten Collection; The Coastal Index; and The New Orleans Youth Index. In 2016, Data Center reps said they mastered emergent, multi-level communication modes to put their robust findings directly into the hands of decision makers. They developed and circulated hundreds of social media posts, infographics and videos as these media became increasingly important news sources for policy makers, journalists, and the general public, they said.

         They said the organization’s ability to produce leading edge content and disseminate it via the most accessible technologies continues to be central to what the community values and is at the heart of the group’s mission – making informed decisions possible.

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         The key function of the executive director is to guide The Data Center’s mission of democratizing data into realistic action, ensuring quality standards and ongoing impact of the organization, reps said. As the primary public representative of the organization, the executive director pursues these goals through the development of strategic partnerships and collaborative efforts to achieve the appropriate range of applied, relevant community-based projects can drive decisions for sustainability and inclusive prosperity in the region

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