Recorded at CLPHA's 2017 Affordable Housing & Education Summit on July 12, 2017.
Increasingly, a wide range of entities—housers, educators, cities—are using data sharing to increase effectiveness across systems. Yet, many systems still do not want to engage in dating sharing or have encountered resistance. This roundtable not only discusses how partners made data sharing possible, but also looks to the future: how the process has gone since initial implementation, what partners have learned from their data sharing efforts, and next steps for the work.
James Bush, Director of Family and Community Partnerships, Seattle Public Schools
Andrew Lofton, Executive Director, Seattle Housing Authority
Kathleen Styles, Chief Privacy Officer, U.S. Department of Education
Howard Grant, VP of Governmental & External Affairs, The Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta
Mary Bogle, Moderator, Senior Research Associate, Urban Institute