Unparalleled Virtual Learning + Networking
Plug In to Data Science, held November 7-8, 2019, is a virtual learning event designed for prospect development professionals at all stages of their career. This year's event delivers industry-leading education, curated by your peers, on the critical topic of Data Science. The best part? You can enjoy this educational event from your office or home, making it both a convenient and affordable option for prospect development professionals.
Gather your teams, or just yourself, for two days of interactive education and networking, at an affordable rate. Keep an eye out for more information, including the education and speaker line-up, to come soon. In the meantime, secure your seat by registering for the event, and share your excitement about the great education you'll experience using #PlugIn19.
"An excellent virtual conference at a reasonable price."
"The sessions were rich and informative. Thank you for pulling together excellent speakers and teachers!"
"The presenters were knowledgeable and professional. I appreciated everyone being so transparent and their willingness to share the most intimate details."
— 2018 Plug In Attendees
What Can You Expect at Plug In to Data Science?
Before the Event
Register early to take advantage of these pre-event engagement opportunities kicking off in the fall:
- Membership to the Plug In to Data Science community, including a discussion forum, resource material, polls and session recordings
- Access to the attendee list to establish connections and networking ahead of the live events
- And more to be announced!
During the Event
You'll take part in live, interactive learning opportunities via webinar and other virtual tools on Thursday, November 7, and Friday, November 8.
After the Event
Attendees will have continuous access to the Plug In community and all course recordings.
Plug In to Data Science Chair
Mirabai Auer is the Director of Analytics and Business Intelligence at the University of Chicago. She joined the fundraising world in 2015 and manages a team of analysts, data scientists and engineers. More recently, she joined Apra's Data Analytics Symposium (DAS) Committee. Prior to working in fundraising, she worked in city planning, teaching GIS at the University of Illinois at Chicago and analyzing urban labor markets at the USC Program for Environmental and Regional Equity. She is a lifelong learner and a data nerd for social good.
“A data science conference from your desk! Please join me for this year's Plug In featuring Data Science, an affordable digital conference featuring data scientists with deep fundraising knowledge sharing modeling tips and tricks, outlining core skills, and highlighting what's next in the field.” - Mirabai Auer, Plug In Data Science Chair