Pro Bono Analytics in Action: Housed Working and Healthy

Pro Bono Analytics volunteer Kendra Taylor, KEYfficiencies, Inc., and Elizabeth Weber, Southwest Partnership, discuss how PBA volunteers worked with the nonprofit to improve their data collection and utilization, to better serve Baltimore’s communities.  
Benoit Stryckman, Mobile Integrated Health, and Pro Bono Analytics (PBA) volunteer Steven Lauretti, Travelers, share how a recent PBA project helped the nonprofit better understand and utilize its data to provide increase access to vital in-home medical care.
Alphonso Mayo of Mentoring Mentors in shares his experiences working with Pro Bono Analytics.

Lori Ferrara from the Baltimore Museum of Industry discusses her project with Pro Bono Analytics.