We work on data-related projects with government agencies, non-profits, program officers, and researchers.
Strategy and Planning
We help you understand how data fits into the bigger picture of your organization: operations, reporting, fundraising.
Data for Advocacy
How can data inform policymakers? We use data to track the outcomes of public policy, and advocate for change.
We design studies that help you advocate for change.
We love constructing a narrative from numbers. Our team builds custom data visualizations and dashboards.
Data Capacity Building
We work within large social service organizations to train staff and implement best practices for collecting, reporting, and managing data.
From building interactive tools to tracking reach, we help launch campaigns for the public good.
We work in the following areas:
We've created affordable housing studies for cities, neighborhoods, and non-profits. We track all types of housing, monitor the availability of NOAH in select areas, and advocate for policy changes that increase the availability of affordable housing.
Early Childhood Education
In order to make the most of early learning, access to quality education should begin at three years old. We help organizations qualify new high quality centers, and map early learning assets across the country.
We help survey and map the gaps in a regional food economy, as well as understand the impact of new food sources on neighborhoods that need it.
We work in between social service organizations, helping them coordinate and prioritize technology and data that will have the biggest impact on the people they serve.
We help sustainability and corporate social responsibility professionals use data to report their impact and plan for the future.
Private Data Analysis
We advise mission-driven funds on social impact investments.
Our clients are often:
Large non-profits with complex reporting requirements
Coalitions and working groups focused on collective impact
Public sector agencies conducting studies and making policy recommendations
Grant-funded programs with specific reporting needs
Organizations with legacy systems and lots of spreadsheets
Marketing agencies who want to collaborate on digital campaigns
Urban planning firms who want to collaborate on planning projects
Advocates who want to use data to change policy