This session will provide an in-depth discussion on how your Community Action Agency’s staff and board should integrate and use COPOS data for your agency’s planning, operations, and reporting to achieve meaningful outcomes and results that tell your Community Action story.
NASCSP is the premier national association charged with advocating and enhancing the leadership role of states in preventing and reducing poverty. Rae Tamblyn is NASCSP’s Research and Communications Analyst. She has a B.A. in Sociology, Anthropology, and American Racial and Multicultural Studies from St. Olaf College in Minnesota. Ms. Tamblyn was drawn to NASCSP due to her strong belief in the need for efficient communication and data usage between organizations working on different aspects of reducing poverty in the U.S. Her training specialties include data management, CSBG IS data entry and trend analysis, effective advocacy, and using data for storytelling.