Using data to tell your story.

News 100 redBy Staff

April 1st, 2019

Burlington, ON


CDH STORY HEdWith information coming at you faster than a mile a second – it is a challenge to keep up – and an even bigger challenge to get the attention you want.


There are all kinds of graphics tools that can help you make a point.

Strong graphic presentations are part of that “a picture is worth a thousand words” phrase. The trick is to know just what kind of graphic to use.

Community Development Halton is running a class on Letting Data Tell Your Story.

In this workshop you will:

• Understand the changing demographics of Halton based on Our Halton 2018 series
• Discuss where to find specific data, how and when to use data
• Learn how to start building a data culture in your organization
• Discover what data to collect and the application of it.

TED HILDEBRANDT, Director of Social Planning at Community Development Halton, oversees the acquisition and analysis of data, including the publications of Halton Social Profiles, Community Lens, and the Our Halton 2018 series. Ted also works with other nonprofit organizations addressing their specific issues such as diversity, poverty, and housing affordability. Ted will be the class presenter.

cdh GRAPHICS - DATERegistration at ; Limited space available.
$50 CDH Members; $60 Non-members
Contact: or 1-855-395-8807

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