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Virtual Lunch and Learn - Do You Know Where Your Data Are?

  • 06/26/2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom, link provided in confirmation email
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  • The ticket price is to support our scholarship and grant programs
  • The ticket price is to support our scholarship and grant programs.

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Do you know where your Data are? 

Benefits of Centralized Data Management(And Why Microsoft Excel® is not a Database) 

Everyone has data: this is one of the unspoken universal truths in life.  How that data is collected, managed, organized, and compiled over time is a challenge that many organizations out-source to contractors, data creators, or other third parties.  However, those third-parties may not have the same interests or requirements as your organization, resulting in data gaps and questions over time. 

With a little planning, Centralized Data Management can be beneficial and cost-effective for any organization.  Taking ownership of your data allows organizations the confidence that they can report, summarize their information with guaranteed accuracy, if and WHEN the need arises. 

Join us for a discussion on the benefits of Centralized Data Management, and a few approaches that organizations can use as alternatives to costly off-the-shelf software.  Additionally, we will discuss some of the dangers of trusting Microsoft Excel® as a data repository. 

Where: Zoom, link will be provided in the registration confirmation email.

When: Wednesday, June 26th from 12:00 - 1:00 pm

Cost: Members - $5, Non-Members - $10 (to support our scholarships and grants programs)

Presenter: DeAnna Aungst, Senior Data Analyst with Environmental Standards, Inc., a Montrose Company. 

Ms. Aungst serves as a Senior Data Manager at Environmental Standards, Inc. She has 16 years of experience serving both private and public clients. She is responsible for management and analysis of environmental chemical analytical data. She works closely with both field and laboratory contractors in managing complete data deliveries for client requests, ensuring completeness, correctness, and quality assurance of electronic analytical data.  Ms. Aungst specializes in automating data processes to remove occurrence or possibility of human error She leverages Microsoft, SQL, and purpose-developed tools to reduce redundancy in manual tasks and to develop processes that reduce time and costs dedicated to routine data processing. Ms Aungst takes pride in her ability to leverage data in meaningful ways for her clients. She works closely with subject-matter experts to create data exports, summaries, and reports in formats that allow them to immediately interpret their data.



Photo Credit: Don Pearse Photographers, Inc., http://donpearsephotographers.com/

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