Chief Data Officer, City of Los Angeles
As a leader in open data, education, and civic innovation, Jeanne Holm empowers people to discover new knowledge and collaborate to improve life on Earth and beyond. Jeanne is the Chief Data Officer and Senior Technology Advisor to the Mayor at the City of Los Angeles, helping 4,000,000 people and 500,000 businesses get access to and use data for innovation, equity, health and safety. She connects public-private partners for innovations ranging from digital equity to 5G. She was formerly the Evangelist for open data for the White House under President Obama, the leader for Africa open data for the World Bank, and the Chief Knowledge Architect at NASA.
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How can cities reopen safely during COVID? The City of Los Angeles, in partnership with the Global Association for Research Methods and Data Science, organized a data science challenge to determine the risk of exposure to COVID-19 in locations across the City. The two-week challenge provided ideas and concepts that helped the City better understand factors that may increase or decrease COVID-19 exposure risks, how to calculate these risks, and do so in a way that was respectful of data privacy.