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Stanford Libraries Presents the 2022 Gear Up for Social Science Data Program
Please join us for a presentation by Lia Bolden of the U.S. Census Bureau for details about the census data and the COVID-19 Interactive Data Hub.
Moderated by: James R. Jacobs, Stanford Libraries.
All about the U.S. Census Bureau
The U.S. Census Bureau provides current facts and figures about America's people, places, and economy. While we're best known for the decennial census (or census of population and housing taken every 10 years), we also conduct more than 130 censuses and surveys of households and businesses across the nation each year. Our work provides the data used for decision making by businesses, city planners, non-profit organizations, students and more. The Census Bureau's mission is to serve as the nation's leading provider of quality data about its people and economy and invite you to visit www.census.gov to explore our current and past offerings.
COVID-19 Interactive Data Hub
The U.S. Census Bureau, in collaboration with multiple federal agencies, is in a unique position to produce data on the social and economic effects of coronavirus on American households. This session will provide an overview of the Household Pulse Survey, Small Business Pulse Survey, Community Resilience Estimates, and other Census Bureau programs that were stood up during 2020 to help users understand the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. The session will also include a demo of the COVID19 Interactive HUB , a platform built to make access to these and other key programs easier for users who are unfamiliar with Census data.
Speaker Bio: Lia Bolden
Lia Bolden has been employed by the Census Bureau for over 19 years. As a Data Dissemination Specialist, Lia promotes the use of census data to anyone with an interest or a need to work with this valuable information including community organizations, municipal officials, chambers of commerce, librarians, students, and businesspersons. Lia's background includes consulting, marketing, community relations and co-manager of a consulting firm specializing in providing planning, training, facilitating, coaching and project management services to local communities and organizations engaged in community/ economic development.
Lia holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from California State University, Chico and has completed graduate coursework at the University of San Francisco. Lia brings a wealth of experience to her work and is an engaging trainer illuminating the value of data on community transformation.