31 episodes

Welcome to the All In: Data for Community Health podcast, where we talk to local leaders who are collaborating with other sectors to share data that provides a more complete picture of community health needs. Join us as to hear about the challenges they faced, their secrets to success, and the lessons they learned along the way that can help other communities.

All In: Data for Community Health Podcast All In: Data for Community Health Podcast

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Welcome to the All In: Data for Community Health podcast, where we talk to local leaders who are collaborating with other sectors to share data that provides a more complete picture of community health needs. Join us as to hear about the challenges they faced, their secrets to success, and the lessons they learned along the way that can help other communities.

    S3 E5: Fighting the COVID Housing Crisis in New Jersey: An Interview with Daniel Joseph Wiley

    S3 E5: Fighting the COVID Housing Crisis in New Jersey: An Interview with Daniel Joseph Wiley

    Daniel Joseph Wiley is a housing justice advocate and artist in New Jersey, currently serving as the Managing Director of The HUUB in the City of Orange. In his previous role as Housing Justice Program and Policy Manager with the Ironbound Community Corporation (ICC) in Newark, Daniel was instrumental in bringing attention to the housing crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic. Daniel and the ICC helped to create Compassionate NJ, a coalition of grassroots organizations and policy experts that advocated for the People’s Bill to protect renters from evictions. A compromise version of the bill eventually became law in August 2021. In this episode, All In podcast host Miriam Castro talks to Daniel about his advocacy work, the importance of data, and the inclusion of people with lived experiences.

    • 47 min
    S3 E4: Dr. Ninez Ponce Discusses Data Visibility in the Nation's Largest State Health Survey

    S3 E4: Dr. Ninez Ponce Discusses Data Visibility in the Nation's Largest State Health Survey

    In this episode of the All In podcast, Host Miriam Castro is joined by the Director of the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research and the principal investigator of the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), Dr. Ninez Ponce. As the principal investigator for CHIS, the nation's largest state health survey, Dr. Ponce discusses her influential role of advocating and creating processes of inclusion and representation in the survey that reaches over 20,000 people each year. Dr. Ponce discusses how she devised the rationale and implementation of Asian ethnic oversamples, and the cultural and linguistic adaptation of the survey in Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin), Korean, Vietnamese, and Tagalog. In this episode, Dr. Ponce shares anecdotes with Miriam from experiences she has had within her 20+ year career in survey-based research, and the fight for data that is representative of the reality of every population served.

    • 55 min
    S3 E3: Slowing Down to Progress Data-sharing Forward: An Interview with Dr. Sue Gallagher

    S3 E3: Slowing Down to Progress Data-sharing Forward: An Interview with Dr. Sue Gallagher

    In this episode of the All In podcast, Host Miriam Castro is joined by Dr. Sue Gallagher, the Chief Innovation Officer of the Children’s Services Council of Broward County. Dr. Gallagher discusses the importance of education, prioritizing community perspectives, and the legal sides of data-sharing agreements. Dr. Gallagher also detailed how her team “slowed down” during the pandemic to acknowledge their humanity and the trauma of the moment. This powerful and timely conversation touches on aligning equity throughout data-sharing, consistent community engagement, and the power of human connection in a time of social distancing.

    Find Resources for this episode here: https://www.allindata.org/resources/podcast-s3-e3/

    • 21 min
    S3 E2: Equitable Data-Sharing in Housing Justice: An Interview w/ Melissa Jones & Cristal Little

    S3 E2: Equitable Data-Sharing in Housing Justice: An Interview w/ Melissa Jones & Cristal Little

    In this episode of the All In podcast, Host Miriam Castro is joined by Melissa Jones, the Executive Director of the Bay Area Regional Health Inequities Initiative (BARHII), and Cristal Little, a Vallejo Housing Justice Organizer for Urban Habitat. Jones and Little discuss educating their Bay Area communities about rent moratoriums and equitable state- funding. They also detailed the benefits of their data-sharing collaboration during COVID-19. This powerful and timely conversation touches on aligning equity throughout decision-making, consistent community engagement, and the power of women in leadership.

    Find Resources for this episode at: https://www.allindata.org/resources/podcast-s3e2/

    • 34 min
    S3 E1: Mass Surveillance of Black Bodies & Anti-Racist Data-Sharing: An Interview with Tawana Petty

    S3 E1: Mass Surveillance of Black Bodies & Anti-Racist Data-Sharing: An Interview with Tawana Petty

    Tawana Petty is a mother, social justice organizer, youth advocate, poet, and author. She is intricately involved in water rights advocacy, data, digital privacy rights education, racial justice, and equity work. She is the National Organizing Director at Data 4 Black Lives (D4BL), and director of Petty Propolis, a Black woman-led artist incubator primarily focused on cultivating visionary resistance through poetry, literacy and literary workshops, anti-racism facilitation, and social justice initiatives. Podcast Host Miriam Castro and Ms. Petty discuss how the push for biometric mass surveillance in Tawana's home city of Detroit has contributed to the dehumanization of Black bodies during COVID-19. Tawana shares with Miriam the process all allies must take from allyship to co-liberation to foster real social justice and what steps organizations can make to create anti-racist data-sharing efforts.

    Resources for this podcast episode available at: https://www.allindata.org/resources/podcast-s3-e1/

    • 38 min
    S2 E4: Seattle King County Reflects on Data-Sharing in the Early Days of the COVID-19 Pandemic

    S2 E4: Seattle King County Reflects on Data-Sharing in the Early Days of the COVID-19 Pandemic

    In this episode of the All In podcast, Host Peter Eckart is joined by Seattle King County Public Health epidemiologist, and original DASH grantee, Amy Laurent, to detail how her team used data to drive decisions in the early days of their COVID Response. Amy discusses her team’s pivot in creating a COVID surveillance data dashboard, agreeing on terminology, privacy in data collection, and relationship-building over multiple sectors in public health, policy, data, and housing. In this episode, we also announce the transition of Peter Eckart from host to subscriber. We thank Peter for his contribution to this work from all of us here at All In.

    • 25 min

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Satisfying niche pod on local data sharing

Most folks are not interested in local collaborations doing multi-sector data sharing. But for those that do, this is your podcast. The episodes are short and interesting. I’m interested to see what stories they tell next.

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