The Line-up – CIC/APDU Virtual Symposium




Virtual Symposium

See Who We Have Stepping up to the Podium at the Symposium

12 days left to register!

Racial Equity Tools and Hubs

Diane Lavery

Senior Product Engineer, Esri

Owen Mattison

Public Affairs Specialist, Tableau

George “Chip” Walker

Co-Chair Emergency Preparedness and Response Team – Special Assistant Economic Programs Directorate, U.S. Census Bureau

Creating Accountability through Democratizing Data for Equitable and Resilient Communities

Seema Iyer

Associate Director Jacob France Institute

University of Baltimore

Sonia Torres Rodríguez

Research Analyst

Urban Institute

Census Data Products Roundtable

Beth Jarosz

Program Director

Population Reference Bureau

Terry Ao Minnis

Senior Director of Census & Voting Programs

Asian Americans Advancing Justice

Allison Plyer

Chief Demographer

The Data Center

Yvette Roubideaux


Policy Research Center, National Congress of American Indians (NCAI)

Steven Ruggles


Institute for Social Research and Data, University of Minnesota

About the Symposium:

APDU and CIC have released the draft agenda for the Symposium, featuring a focus on equity and resiliency. This year, participants can hear from experts connected with two leading organizations on the effective use of data for transformational change. The Association for Public Data Users (APDU) and Community Indicators Consortium (CIC) are combining dates for a virtual symposium.


Take advantage of this opportunity to hear about the progress being made, and how to put data to work for resiliency and equity for all.

Attend both symposiums at a discounted rate.

Data Symposium 2022, A Future For Good: How Public Data Helps Us Create Resiliency and Equity for All

2022 CIC Symposium, Methods, Metrics, & Measurements for Community Resiliency and Equity for All

May 3 & 4, 2022

May 4 & 5, 2022

APDU & CIC Symposium:

Member Rate: $175

Non-Member Rate: $250

CIC & APDU Symposium:

Member Rate: $175

Non-Member Rate: $250