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At the 2018 Big Reveal event, FL-DSSG interns presented findings and revealed insights gained from the Baptist Health, Family Support Services, Girls Inc. of Jacksonville, and Performers Academy projects. 2018 FL-DSSG Internship program was funded by the Nonprofit Center for Northeast Florida and the University of North Florida. 2018 Big Reveal event was sponsored by AgileThought, Tampa based software consulting firm. Big Reveal presentations were held at the WJCT Studio A, 100 Festival Park Ave., Jacksonville, FL - 32202. For more information about the 2018 FL-DSSG program visit http://dssg.unf.edu/2018program.html.

At the 2018 Big Reveal event, FL-DSSG interns presented findings and revealed insights gained from the Baptist Health, Family Support Services, Girls Inc. of Jacksonville, and Performers Academy projects. 2018 FL-DSSG Internship program was funded by the Nonprofit Center for Northeast Florida and the University of North Florida. 2018 Big Reveal event was sponsored by AgileThought, Tampa based software consulting firm. Big Reveal presentations were held at the WJCT Studio A, 100 Festival Park Ave., Jacksonville, FL - 32202. For more information about the 2018 FL-DSSG program visit http://dssg.unf.edu/2018program.html.

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  1. 1. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 1 Data Science Meets Community Impact
  2. 2. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 2 FL-DSSG Team Program Directors Dr. Dan Richard Associate Professor of Psychology, Director of the Office of Faculty Enhancement, University of North Florida (UNF) Dr. Karthikeyan Umapathy Associate Professor of Computing, Distinguished FIS Professor, University of North Florida (UNF) Advisory Board Members Arri Landsman-Roos Director of Analytics Jacksonville Jaguars Robert Marsh Chief Technology Officer NLP Logix
  3. 3. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 3 Naveen Agarwal Principal and Founder, Creative Analytics Solutions Kellen Blumberg Manager of Advanced Analytics, Jacksonville Jaguars Jay Lewis Digital Insights & Analytics Manager, TIAA Bank James Parks Data Scientist, AgileThought Candace Dorn Operations Analyst, Jacksonville Energy Authority (JEA) Industry Sherpas
  4. 4. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 4 Dr. Amanda Pascale Higher Education Administration, UNF College of Education & Human Services Dr. Lakshmi Goel Management, UNF Coggin College of Business Dr. Emma Apatu Public Health, UNF Brooks College of Health Dr. Beyza Aslan Mathematics & Statistics, UNF College of Arts and Sciences Dr. Julie Merten Public Health, UNF Brooks College of Health Dr. Georgette Dumont Political Science & Public Administration, UNF College of Arts and Sciences Dr. Gordon Ratika Anthropology, Director of Academic Technology, UNF College of Arts of Sciences Dr. Sandeep Reddivari Computing, UNF College of Computing, Engineering, and Construction Management Faculty Leads
  5. 5. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 5 2018 FL-DSSG Interns Yekaterina (Kat) Bardash Data Science, Master of Science Student, Regis University, Denver, CO Gabrielle Coker Mathematics, Bachelor of Science Student, UNF William Giroux Public Administration Master of Public Administration Student UNF Tabitha Powell Psychological Sciences, Master of Science Student UNF Crista Cummings Anthropology, Bachelor of Arts Student UNF Danish Sayed Statistics, Bachelor of Science Student, UNF Habeeba Siddiqui Computer Science, Master of Science, 2017 University of Illinois, Springfield, IL Britni Surprenant Psychological Sciences, Master of Science Student UNF
  6. 6. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 6 Identify a Nonprofit or Public sector organization with a ”Wicked Problem” Gather Data and Formulate a Plan Analyze the Data Improve Decision Making Process for our Nonprofit Client Data Science for Social Good (DSSG) DSSG concept formed and started at the University of Chicago in 2013.
  7. 7. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 7 Gaining actionable insights into data Helping Public Sector and Nonprofit Organizations make data-driven decisions Training data scientists with social conscious Florida Data Science for Social Good (FL-DSSG)
  8. 8. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 8 Data Science is Hard! Image source: https://deepconnect.cloud/data-science-is-hard/
  9. 9. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 9 DSSG is Fun
  10. 10. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 10 Rena Coughlin Nonprofit Center, CEO Dr. George Rainbolt Dean of UNF College of Arts and Sciences Dr. Mark Tumeo Dean of UNF College of Computing, Engineering, and Construction Management
  11. 11. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 11 Taylor Howard Vice President - Build, AgileThought
  12. 12. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 12 2018 FL-DSSG Projects 1. Baptist Health Y Healthy Living Centers - Addressing Metabolic Syndrome 2. The Performers Academy - Empowering At-risk Youths through the Arts 3. Girls Incorporated of Jacksonville - Breaking the Cycle of Poverty 4. Family Support Services of North Florida - Patterns and Trends in Child Welfare Resource Systems
  13. 13. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 13 Baptist Health YHLCs Evaluating Metabolic Syndrome
  14. 14. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 14 Healthy Living Centers (YHLC) Focus Wellness vs. Illness Changing Lifestyle Habits Metabolic Syndrome What are They? Community Wellness Center Baptist Health – YMCA Partnership
  15. 15. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 15 High Triglycerides > 150 mg/dL High Glucose > 100 mg/dL High Blood Pressure > 130/85 mmHG High Waist Circumference Men > 40 in Women > 35 in Low HDL Men < 40 mg/dL Women < 50 mg/dL Three of Five Factors Risk Factors for Metabolic Syndrome
  16. 16. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 16 $3,581Without Metabolic Syndrome $5,732With Metabolic Syndrome Annual Health Costs per Person Boudreau, D. M., Malone, D. C., Raebel, M. A., Fishman, P. A., Nichols, G. A., Feldstein, A. C., ... & Okamoto, L. J. (2009). Health care utilization and costs by metabolic syndrome risk factors. Metabolic syndrome and related disorders, 7(4), 305-314.
  17. 17. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 17 $4,638Nondiabetics with similar risk factors $8,067Diabetics with high weight, dyslipidemia, and hypertension Annual Health Costs per Person Boudreau, D. M., Malone, D. C., Raebel, M. A., Fishman, P. A., Nichols, G. A., Feldstein, A. C., ... & Okamoto, L. J. (2009). Health care utilization and costs by metabolic syndrome risk factors. Metabolic syndrome and related disorders, 7(4), 305-314.
  18. 18. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 18 4) Programming and Coaching 3) Baseline Health Screening YHLC Health Screening Process Clients can sign up voluntarily or be referred by a doctor Biometrics for client are taken Survey can be taken online prior to screening through email Wellness coaches guide clients based off of health screening Paper and Pencil option available during the health screening 2) Personal Health Survey 1) Signing Up for Health Screening
  19. 19. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 19 FL-DSSG Project Goals Prevalence of Metabolic Syndrome Changes in clients who completed multiple years of health screenings Finding patterns for predictions of what is most likely to increase the likelihood of Metabolic Syndrome
  20. 20. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 20 YHLC Data Membership Data System Applied Health Analytics Eventbrite Physician Referrals Access to YMCA through card swipe Personal Healthy Survey Biomarker Information Register to attend YHLC Programs Clients referred for services by Physician Demographics
  21. 21. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 21 Applied Heath Analytics Information Personal Health Survey • Stress • Sadness • Sleep • Weight • Nutrition • Exercise • Alcohol • Smoking • Medicine • Finance* Total of approximately 100 answers per client Biomarkers • Height • Weight • BMI • Percent Body Fat • Triglycerides • Total Cholesterol • LDL Cholesterol • HDL Cholesterol • Systolic and Diastolic Blood Pressure • Pulse • Waist Circumference • Glucose • Fasting or Non- fasting Demographics • Address • Education • Martial Status • Employment • Primary Care Physician • Ethnicity • Age • Gender • Personal Medical History • Family Medical History
  22. 22. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 22 High Triglycerides High Glucose High Blood Pressure High Waist Circumference Low HDL 134 Clients How do we evaluate Metabolic Syndrome missing a risk factor?
  23. 23. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 23 Process of Calculating Waist Circumference Waist circumference prediction Regression based on Baptist dataMissing waist circumference Regression based on research Clustering
  24. 24. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 24 Prevalence of Metabolic Syndrome 15.5% Missing Information 58.5% Don’t have Metabolic Syndrome 26% Have Metabolic Syndrome Total Number of Clients 1,983 National Prevalence Rate as of 2012: 34.2% Moore JX, Chaudhary N, Akinyemiju T. Metabolic Syndrome Prevalence by Race/Ethnicity and Sex in the United States, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1988–2012. Prev Chronic Dis 2017;14:160287. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd14.160287
  25. 25. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 25Clients with Metabolic Syndrome Across Locations
  26. 26. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 26 Differences in Survey Scores Weight Management 4.87 Nutrition 5.84 Sleep Hygiene 3.70 Medication Adherence 3.46 Exercise 3.73 Smoking Status 9.71 -7.61 -7.80-10.10-11.05 -5.52-18.43 = No Metabolic Syndrome = Metabolic Syndrome
  27. 27. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 27 Clients Across Time
  28. 28. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 28 These survey sections had a significant difference in the mean scores across time. Each section showed an increase in scores indicating better health behavior perceptions for these sections. Differences in Survey Scores Across Time 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2
  29. 29. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 29 Variables Effecting Prediction of Metabolic Syndrome
  30. 30. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 30 Main Conclusions Logistic regression model can help to guide future areas of clinical focus05 04 No one became at risk who was not already Eight people no longer met criteria Clients significantly improved in several sections of health perceptions Differences in health perceptions are mirrored in biomarkers 03 02 Rates appear to be on track with the national average01
  31. 31. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 31 YHLC Data Membership Data System Applied Health Analytics Eventbrite Physician Referrals Access to YMCA through card swipe Personal Healthy Survey Biomarker Information Register to attend YHLC Programs Clients referred for services by Physician Demographics
  32. 32. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 32 Recommendations Tracking Programming Recording attendance in a way that will link back to the Survey ID number given by AHA 01 Adjusting Survey Questions Examples - Include finance section and more explicit question for health insurance 02 Recording Doctor Referrals Record which patients are referred for comparisons and evaluating missing data 03 Open Lines of Communication Providing feedback to the clients and provide programming and health screening information to referring doctors 04
  33. 33. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 33 The Performers Academy
  34. 34. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 34 How do we express our emotions?
  35. 35. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 35 Art to express emotions Power of the performing arts creativity and innovation At- Risk Youth Partnered with FSS Self- expression 68% African- American 25% Caucasian 7% Hispanic 15% Incarcerated
  36. 36. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 36 Youth Aging out of Foster Care Statistics Graduate High School Involved with legal system 38% 1 out of 2 have had 4 or more adverse family experiences Have emotional problems 25% PTSD 50% 25% 48% Child Trends Databank. (2015). Foster care. Substance abuse <3% Earn college degree
  37. 37. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 37 Structure of the “Just Like Me” Program 2 Projects during 3-weeks in summer Performance Building a foundation“We have been destined to succeed because part of you is just like me.” - Brenda
  38. 38. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 38 Types of Art Songwriting/ Rap Poetry Musical Instruments Dance Acting “Lies behind light, shadows under spite. Feelings to get rid of because of fright.” - TPA Student
  39. 39. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 39 What students learn? Trust Social Interaction Art Expression Trust exercises Trusting adults Honesty Meaningful relationships Social skills How to behave properly in a social context Not using anger or violence to express their feelings Expressing how they feel in a healthy way Art as a tool for expression Artistic ability
  40. 40. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 40 Focus Areas
  41. 41. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 41 Focus Areas Measure by Survey or Testimonials
  42. 42. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 42 Focus Areas Text Analytics for poems and songs
  43. 43. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 43 The Data A short pre/post survey Attendance records Text data from poems and video transcriptions of interviews
  44. 44. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 44 FL-DSSG Approach Finding a way to quantify qualitative work Analyzing the art pieces Revised the pre/post survey to capture student responses
  45. 45. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 45 Pre/Post Survey TPA had their own pre/post survey DSSG Evaluated their survey and looked for a new one Consulted with the client for what to keep and remove New In-Depth Pre/Post Survey
  46. 46. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 46 Pre & Post Survey Analysis Non-parametric paired t-test (Wilcoxon Signed- rank Test) Exposure to arts? Use art to express yourself? Create art with a peer? Use arts to express difficulties?
  47. 47. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 47 Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) Associating words with topics 21 poems LDA Topic 1 Topic 2 Topic 3 Topic 4 real let know try will feel love see thing get heart don lot look got one make want now take come pain day peopl Reality Pain Love Struggle
  48. 48. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 48 Recommendations for TPA • What is the process of the art work through out the program • Opens up a possibility to measure change within the artwork • Storing anything and everything possible • Helps better analysis when more documents are needed • i.e. TF-IDF and LDA • Getting an idea of the others input rather than just the kids • Case Managers and teachers give a detailed opinion • Program directors give a more broad analysis • Keeping track of pre/post progress with the child • Allows another dimension to analyze progress using text algorithms Stages of Art Work Archiving Expert Evaluation Document Entry/Exit Interview Notes 01 02 03 04
  49. 49. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 49 Recommendations for TPA • What happens after the student leaves the TPA Program • Do they keep these changes within themselves • “Lives after TPA” • Keeping a track of the good and the bad within the program time • Hole in the wall, when a student speaks for the first time, etc. Longitudinal ImpactTracking Incidents and Breakthroughs 0605
  50. 50. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 50
  51. 51. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 51 Body Image Nutrition Physical Activity Friendships Romance Stress
  52. 52. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 52 Title I Schools in Duval County
  53. 53. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 53 Building Foundations for Success
  54. 54. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 54 Girls Inc. Focus
  55. 55. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 55 1864 Girls Inc. National 1970 Girls Inc. Jacksonville 2018 Girls Inc. Today
  56. 56. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 56 Girls Inc. Jacksonville Programming Middle School Identity Program Summer Camps Elementary After School Program
  57. 57. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 57 Middle School Identity Programs Summer Camps Elementary After School Program Girls Inc. Jacksonville Programming
  58. 58. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 58 Middle School Identity Programs 8/14 – 9/10 Stress Management 9/15 – 10/15 Body Image 10/20 – 11/4 Physical Activity 11/9 – 12/10 Nutrition 12/15 – 3/5 Friendly PEERsuasion 3/5 – 5/20 Will Power, Won’t Power Strong Programming Bold Programming
  59. 59. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 59 Middle School Identity Programs 8/14 – 9/10 9/15 – 10/15 10/20 – 11/4 11/9 – 12/10 12/15 – 3/5 Nutrition 3/5 – 5/20
  60. 60. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 60 Our Data Science Focus Do small incremental changes exist?
  61. 61. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 61 Girls Inc. Jacksonville Data Middle School School attendance records Demographics School grades Pre & Post Surveys Behavioral reports Program attendance
  62. 62. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 62 Data Middle School School attendance records Demographics School grades Pre & Post Surveys Behavioral reports Program attendance Data housed by The Ounce of Prevention Fund
  63. 63. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 63 Sample Questions - Body Image Survey I need to apply make-up or try different diets to feel better about myself. I can tell you three things that I really like about myself. Strongly Agree Agree I Don’t Know Disagree Strongly Disagree
  64. 64. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 64 In general, middle school girls are performing better on post surveys. pre Body Image Survey Distribution post
  65. 65. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 65 Will Power, Won’t Power had the largest gains. 0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 Nutrition Body Image Physical Stress PEERsuasion Will Power Effect Size Purple represents Bold programming Blue represents surveys in Strong programming.
  66. 66. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 66 Will Power, Won’t Power Strongly Agree Agree I Don’t Know Disagree Strongly Disagree Being assertive means letting people tell you what to do and never standing up for yourself. There are no emotional consequences of being intimate before you are ready. Post test median score Pre test median score
  67. 67. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 67 0 5 10 15 20 6th Pre 6th Post 7th Pre 7th Post 8th Pre 8th Post Orange school did not having previous programming. Maximum total score of 20. School 1 School 14 Stress Median Pre and Post Total Scores Timeline, 2015-2017
  68. 68. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 68 Previous programming slightly improves post test scores.
  69. 69. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 69 Recommendations Nurture current school relationships Reevaluate survey questions Measuring outcomes Streamline data collection Data gaps, efficiency Collect behavioral & longitudinal data Across years, pregnancy, graduation
  70. 70. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 70 - ARIANNA A. - Leilani R.
  71. 71. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 71 Patterns and Trends in Child Welfare Resource Systems
  72. 72. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 72 Do you know about Florida Statute Chapter 39 on Proceedings Relating To Children? Under Florida law, every person is a mandatory reporter.
  73. 73. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 73 v FLORIDA STATUTE CHAPTER 39.201 Abuse Abandonment Neglect Mandatory reporter of:
  74. 74. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 74 Maltreated Children are: • 9 times more likely to become involved in criminal activity • 25% more likely to experience teen pregnancy v Abuse Abandonment Neglect
  75. 75. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 75 Reporting Process Florida Department of Children and Families Child Identified Calls forwarded Investigations DCF intervention 202,300 277,016 21,606
  76. 76. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 76 Reporting Process Florida Department of Children and Families Child Identified Family Support Services
  77. 77. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 77 “Keeping children safe.” Mission Leader in providing safety, stability, and quality of life for all children by working with the community to strengthen the family unit. Vision Children grow up connected to their own families, supported by families and protected by the community. Children have the opportunity to achieve in school and to learn to be productive citizens.
  78. 78. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 78 Client Talks “It was the wake-up call that I needed” -Carollene PRSERVATION KINSHIP CARE “These children mean so much to me. I wouldn’t trade them for anything.” -Katherine Rankin, Grandmother “We treat them like they’re ours and always try to provide a fun, loving environment” -Miranda FOSTER CARE “They have more opportunities than they had previously, but if anyone’s lives have changed for the better, it's ours.” - Toni ADOPTION “FSS has taught me that I am better and that I can be better than I ever imagined” - Hafez INDEPENDENT LIVING
  79. 79. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 79 Child Welfare Process Florida Department of Children and Families Family Support Services Case Management Organization Purchase of Services System Child Identified
  80. 80. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 80 The Purchase of Services System (POS) Allows case workers to request goods and services to help children and families Loading…
  81. 81. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 81 The Purchase of Services System (POS) 65,000+ Requests 381 Types of Goods & Services ~3700 Providers 49 Case Management Units Over the past 5 years
  82. 82. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 82 FSSNS Goal: Independent Analysis Our Role: Aid FSSNF in developing their own adaptive data analysis process POS Updates Ways to reworking the POS System to allow for efficient data management Visual Analytics Use visualizations software to explore and analyze trends Data Cleaning & Prep Clean and merge data to make a functional dataset
  83. 83. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 83 Paid Report Data Received from FSSNF Outstanding Report New entry created once a request is authorized for payment New entry created once a payment is invoiced for a request
  84. 84. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 84 Outstanding Paid Who? What? When? Where? How Much? Service Requested Paid Report Merging the Data Outstanding Report Participant CMU Case Worker Participant Date Authorize Date Expires Data Paid Provider Used --- Amount Authorized Amount Invoiced Amount Paid
  85. 85. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 85 Outstanding Paid Who? What? When? Where? How Much? Service Requested Paid Report Outstanding Report Participant CMU Case Worker Participant Date Authorize Date Expires Data Paid Provider Used --- Amount Authorized Amount Invoiced Amount Paid Merged Report Merged Who? Participant CMU Case Worker What? Service Requested When? Date Paid Where? Provider Used How Much? Amount Authorized Invoiced Paid Merging the Data
  86. 86. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 86 The Problem with Providers From Walmart Requesting School Supplies 17 Participants
  87. 87. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 87 The Problem with Providers From Walmart Requesting School Supplies 17 Participants
  88. 88. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 88 The Problem with Providers From Walmart Requesting School Supplies 17 Participants
  89. 89. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 89 Data Visualization
  90. 90. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 90
  91. 91. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 91
  92. 92. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 92 Recommendations 02 01 03 Development of Internal Process for Visual Analytics Rework POS System to accommodate analysis Sharing provider information which CMOs
  93. 93. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 93 Closing DCF CMO POS The Florida Abuse Hotline: 1-800-962-2873 Florida Relay 711 or TTY: 1-800-955-8771 Child Identified
  94. 94. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 94 Baptist Health The Performers Academy Girls Inc. of Jacksonville Julie Schafer Ebony Payne-English Robin Rose Director of Healthy Living Center Managing Director Executive Director Family Support Services of North Florida Steven Rodrigues Process Improvement Specialist
  95. 95. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 95
  96. 96. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 96
  97. 97. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 97 Getting Ready for FL-DSSG 2019 Submit Proposal Application in January 2019 Identify Data Sources and associated variables Get Commitment from everyone involved Identify a Wicked Problem and its Social Goodness
  98. 98. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 98
  99. 99. 2018 Florida Data Science for Social Good Big RevealAugust 22, 2018 99 Resources • FL-DSSG Website Link http://dssg.unf.edu/ • PowerPoint Template – This presentation was prepared using template developed by Aaron Kneile of DesignSmash. Template is available in Envato Market. – https://graphicriver.net/item/i9-template-system/10955645

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  • Image source: https://deepconnect.cloud/data-science-is-hard/
  • How many people have access to a gym? How many of you went to the gym this week? Pull in audience showing how Baptist is trying to make health behavior intentions into actions
  • 11.3% of Duval county reports having diabetes as of 2016
    This is about 83,437 people within Duval county’s population
    Since having diabetes increases healthcare costs by about $3,429 per person on average
  • Mention biomarkers higher pulse, % body fat, and BMI
  • Mention here that no person went from being “healthy” to qualifying for metabolic syndrome from time 1 to time 2
  • A question to the audience, show some art (get from Ebony),
    How do you chance this behavior to something meaningful?
  • Change order, make text shorter, replace top layer to performance
  • Point out that they had a pre post survey and we guided them to a validated survey for the targeted population
  • Stages of art work, archiving, teacher evaluations, case managers, program directors, document exit/entry interview notes. Longitudinal impact. Incidents and breakthroughs.
  • Stages of art work, archiving, teacher evaluations, case managers, program directors, document exit/entry interview notes. Longitudinal impact. Incidents and breakthroughs.
  • Girls Inc focuses on title 1 schools in health zones 1 & 2, which are schools where a high percentage of the students receive free and reduced lunch, so Alexa may be facing more challenges on top of those we have already mentioned.
  • Early intervention equips children with confidence & resilience
    Resilient children are more likely to complete high school and less likely to become pregnant as teenagers
    Completing education helps reduce barriers to becoming independent and able to support oneself

    opportunities: higher education better earnings – add stats

    Mention incremental change
    connect to girls inc core mission – ending cycles of female generational poverty
    early intervention sets you up for greater success – small incremental changes lead to big changes in the future – girls inc operates on this idea/assumption
  • Girls Inc. focuses on making incremental changes in girls lives with the assumption that small changes at a young age will produces greater change in the girls’ futures
  • founded in 1864 as the girls club to support young women in search of newly available job opportunities in the aftermath of the civil war and the industrial revolution
    girls inc has adapted through the years to meet specific environmental challenges facing girls and young women. by the late 1900s 1 girls clubs had become nationally recognized with affiliates reaching several states in the US, and in 1970 comes to jacksonville, and much like the city grows and evolves with the challenges young women and girls of jacksonville are faced with.
    2018 – Girls Inc affiliates can be found across the united states and canada and their values remain the same; creating a safe gathering place for girls to learn and to share in a sisterhood and a strong premise that each girl can develop her own capacities, self- confidence, and grow up healthy, educated, and independent. STRONG SMART BOLD

  • ELEMENTARY
    Girls Inc. Jacksonville offers after school programs throughout the school year to girls grades K-5 in selected schools in Duval County.
    Experiences that help navigate gender, economic and social barriers
    Structured programing to increase reading literacy
    Homework assistance



    MIDDLE
    Girls Inc. Identity Programs are focused on building self-esteem and preventing unhealthy life choices. Beginning in the 2014-15 school year, these programs have been been delivered to 6th, 7th and 8th grade girls through partnering with Duval County Public Middle Schools. Girls meet during health or physical education classes once a week, for a total of 32 weeks over the school year.

    MIND BODY
    Mind + Body curriculum addresses four key issues pertaining to girls’ ability to develop and sustain strong minds and strong bodies:
    Physical Activity
    Nutrition
    Stress Management
    Body Image

    PEERSUASION
    Friendly PEERsuasion develops the skills of girls to resist pressure to use harmful substances such as drugs, alcohol, tobacco and household chemicals. Girls learn to identify healthy alternatives to risky behaviors and invite their peers to join them in these alternatives.

    WILL POWER
    Will Power, Wont Power helps girls build skills and strategies for dealing with sexual situations, as well as providing them with medically accurate information. Girls discuss relationships, communication, female health, benefits of abstinence and the power of positive sister support systems.

    SUMMER CAMP
    A six week K-5 summer camp designed to prevent summer learning loss
    Literacy, Math, Science, Health

    Participant reading is assessed at the
    beginning and end of camp to measure
    success in maintaining and growing skills over the summer

  • We need to adjust the colors on this slide and clarify the STRONG, SMART and BOLD aspect
    “ In stress management Jane and her friend Carla will do a role play exercise to practice healthy stress management skills” these are talking points about what specifically goes on during the programs

    highlight one program and talk about exactly what Alexa will experience during the program.
  • During nutrition programming Alexa and her group of peers will be given a scavenger hunt list of unhealthy junkfoods and search through magazines to find healthier options, followed by a discussion about the impact that media can have on making healthy food choices.

    highlight one program and talk about exactly what Alexa will experience during the program.
  • Girls Inc. focuses on making incremental changes in girls lives with the assumption that small changes at a young age will produces greater change in the girls’ futures
  • “Compared to some non-profits, Girls Inc is collecting a lot of data so they are in a great position.”
    “We looked at these three areas for our analysis”
  • “Compared to some non-profits, Girls Inc is collecting a lot of data so they are in a great position.”
    “We looked at these three areas for our analysis”
  • write strongly agree/disagree instead of faces
    add scale
  • Less girls are reporting in the negative for the post test – quite obvious girls are scoring as high – none of the students are scoring negative which was happening in the pre
    yellow brighter
  • TALK ABOUT WILLPOWER QUESTION , why should people care? Will power & persuasion are longest programs , willpower was redesigned last year – might be a good time to revisit the gains from other programs , maybe nutrition needs more time – relook at programming
    - Effect size is 0.5 SD higher than pre tests
  • write strongly agree/disagree instead of faces
    add scale
  • Elementary summer program is to to promote retention of knowledge over summer
    In education, we use repetition for a reason
    Surprinsing – 8th grade dip
    Further investigate this area
  • There is a benefit to continued programming – 3 years to see gains in programming
  • Reason why we can’t use all this data, because data sources are not connected – Girl’s Inc and lots of non profits needs to work on.. Data is coming from different sources – how to best connect information to tell impact of programs
  • Work with schools to develop long term relationships.. That’s how to change lives… get jane out of poverty

    we talked about a lot of data, but at the end of the day we want to empower alexa to be (mention all surveys here), and Alexa feels and believes… like the other girls from the quotes who completed girls inc programming.
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    https://www.pexels.com/photo/alone-black-and-white-boy-child-551590/
    https://www.pexels.com/photo/art-black-black-and-white-child-240174/
  • https://www.pexels.com/photo/naked-baby-sitting-813616/
    https://www.pexels.com/photo/alone-black-and-white-boy-child-551590/
    https://www.pexels.com/photo/art-black-black-and-white-child-240174/
  • https://www.pexels.com/photo/2-girls-hugging-each-other-outdoor-during-daytime-225017/
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