Session Type(s): Training
Training Tag(s): Communications
Starts: Friday, Aug. 14 11:00 AM (Eastern)
Ends: Friday, Aug. 14 11:50 AM (Eastern)
Understanding how to communicate data effectively is a critical skill, especially when it comes to inspiring voters to support a candidate. This training will help you learn how to generate insights with data using a storytelling framework and publicly-available data to convey what’s at stake to the voter. By honing this skill, progressive campaigns will be better positioned to craft messages that resonate with voters and win more seats up and down the ballot.
Michelle Schreiner is a cognitive psychologist with over 20 years of experience conducting research in academia, the federal government, non-profit, and the private sector.
Michelle uses her expertise in research, statistics, and data visualization to help people make better decisions. She has an exceptional ability in understanding and taking action on data from a wide range of fields, including education, health care policy, customer experience research, politics, and beyond.
Michelle is passionate about making publicly-available data more accessible and easy to understand to support an informed electorate.