Having data is important for decision-making and especially for making good decisions. This may seem obvious, but it was not always so. Nowadays, data is everywhere, in great volume and variety, and serves to guide our actions in countless activities. It is part of our daily lives. And governments are no strangers to this context. The abundance of data has led States to … [Read more...] about 5 Lessons Learned from Open Data Workshops in Latin America and the Caribbean
Research Analyst Taylor conducts research on open data use and accessibility, coordinates between projects, and assists with strategic policy and methodology review and report writing. Taylor has specialized experience both in monitoring and evaluation methods, and in researching and implementing programs serving vulnerable and marginalized communities. Taylor holds a Master of International Policy and Development degree with specialization in Program and Policy Research and Evaluation from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.