The data collaborative is a new form of public-private partnership that seeks to create public value for the world’s most marginalized children through the exchange of data and data science expertise. Natalia Adler offers an overview of the Data Collaboratives initiative, led by UNICEF and the GovLab at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering.
Natalia Adler is a global public policy executive at UNICEF who conceptualizes and drives high-profile initiatives that strengthen organizational capability and achieve large-scale mission-critical outcomes. As data, research, and policy manager, Natalia is trying to leverage data science to solve complex problems affecting children. Skilled in building public-private alliances that expand reach, Natalia has launched and scaled initiatives that connect people and ideas to inspire breakthroughs around the world and has worked with UNICEF Latin America, Nicaragua, and Mozambique.
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