Join Us at Data Science Now

We’re pleased to announce that Data Science Now, October 13-14, will once again be a collection of high-impact virtual sessions. Topics address all aspects of successful data science integration in development offices, including innovation, maximizing your toolset, communication, collaboration, and goal setting. The event draws leaders in the field of fundraising analytics to discuss theory, method, and implementation of data-informed fundraising.

Register Today

What Does Registration Look Like? 

Before the Event

Register early to take advantage of these pre-event engagement opportunities that will kick off in September 2021.

  • Membership to the Data Science Now Community including a discussion forum, resource material, and session recordings.
  • Access to the attendee list to establish connections and networking ahead of the live events.

During the Event

Live opportunities via webinars and interactive small group meetings will take place between 10:00 a.m.CDT and 4:15 p.m. CDT on Wednesday, October 13 and Thursday, October 14, with a mid-day break to keep up with your daily life. 

After the Event

Attendees will have continued access to the Data Science Now Community and access to all of the course recordings

Who Should Attend? 

Fundraising analytics professionals, prospect researchers interested in fundraising analytics and development professionals who want to understand how to leverage data science in their office.  

Education Will Focus On:

  • Identifying key needs and research questions, and generating buy-in from stakeholders.

  • Methodologies, tools, and resources for conducting analysis and creating data-informed strategies and products.
  • Roll out, implementation, adoption, and evaluation of data science programs.

Programming is intended to foster a collaborative networking environment so attendees may share experiences with peers, establish new professional contacts and gain insight to help them improve their work. 

Data Science Now is generously supported by: