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UPDATE: Our initial plan to have free access to the public sector grew beyond our expectations. Since March, we have had over 20 registered users sign up across four states including New York, Missouri, Maryland, New Jersey, and Washington D.C. Our users range from Council Members in Missouri to Congresswomen in New York, food pantries
My first task was to build social capital. A network of people who know #investors, care about our work, and will connect us. Resources and social capital are the first step for #founders, especially #women and people or color. Tiasia O’Brien Tweet On January 23, 2020 our founder, Tiasia O’Brien, was featured alongside three other
Hosted by Pierre Vigilance, Synergize Insights Board Member & Associate Dean for Public Health Practice & Associate Professor of Health Policy & Management, Junctional Thinking is a place where we get to explore the creative problem solving opportunities and innovations that exist at “the junction”, defined as the intersection of health and social impact interventions.
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After much consideration and research, we have determined that Synergize Insights is a brand name that no longer reflects our long term vision and our user’s goals. >>Read more about our product here. our new name, co:census, highlights our collaborative & community-driven efforts while underscoring our founder’s key principles in data by the people, for
One day, a couple of years back… …I found myself in Kansas City, Missouri conducting research. I was in the 18th and Vine District, aiming to understand the existing tension between the community and the local elected officials. Based on my content analysis (reviewing ongoing press), the community was frustrated at the revitalization process that
On April 15th, I joined a roundtable hosted by Data 4 Black Lives (D4BL) that was an insightful conversation about data collection with regards to COVID-19 in the black community. Every disease has two causes, the first is pathophysiological and the second is political. Black communities today are impoverished, segregated and defunded by design –