Maximizing Impact: Data Governance Best Practices for AI Success in Associations

On-Demand Webinar | April, 2024

Discover how implementing best practices in data governance can directly influence the success of AI initiatives within associations.

From optimizing member engagement to streamlining operations, we'll explore real-world examples of how enhanced data governance strategies lead to tangible improvements in business outcomes.

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Meet the Speakers!


Katherine Bayless, NCARB

Katherine Bayless, CAE, is the assistant vice president of Data & Analytics for the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and a passionate data evangelist. In her work for NCARB, she helps the team to find and leverage insights in their data while supporting a self-service approach to analytics. Katherine is also a dedicated volunteer and currently serving as Chair of ASAE’s Technology Professionals Advisory Council.


Rhoni Rakos, fusionSpan

Rhoni is a digital strategist and customer experience designer who focuses on a data-driven approach to user-centered design. She has had extensive experience in UX, CX, UI, user research, and technology strategy/roadmapping at a breadth of companies – from startups, to consulting firms, to in-house at associations – and over time, she found a strong desire to work exclusively with mission-driven organizations. Through her work at fusionSpan, she has been able to help harness the power of technology, and intuitive, powerful user experiences across digital ecosystems, to maximize the impact organizations are able to have.

Rhoni serves as the Co-Chair of the Programming Committee for Association Women Technology Champions (AWTC) and serves on the Technology Professional Advisory Council for ASAE.


Denali Carpenter, Inteleos

Born and raised in Southern Illinois, Denali grew up with a thirst for knowledge and a desire to explore. He attended Southern Illinois University for Civil Engineering and I transferred to Grinnell College to explore his interest in the social sciences and their connection to the statistical world. In 2019, Denali graduated with honors and a Bachelor's in Sociology with a minor in Statistics. After graduating, he took on the role of Fellow at the Data Analysis and Social Inquiry of Grinnell College and currently works as a Data Scientist at Inteleos.


Thomas Altman, Tasio

Thomas started working with Associations after getting a graduate degree in applied data modeling techniques. His focus was on using those techniques to solve business problems after noticing a common trend among associations - while they do a great job of collecting data, hardly anyone is really putting that data to use. Thomas founded Tasio to change that. It’s his goal to bring advanced data science techniques to Associations so they can be far more successful in delivering value to their members.

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