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IFC Data Deep Dive - 5/19/2022 - DON'T DELETE - Shared screen with speaker view
Mike Henry Boston MA
11:56
Hi Everyone...I was born and raised in Appleton. I was born at the medical center in 1979. I have established my roots in Boston but I am looking forward to hearing how my hometown can be more a more inclusive community. Growing up in the 80s and 90s, I unfortunately did not experience an inclusive community in Appleton.
jbrogan
13:19
Thanks for joining, Mike. Good to have you join us.
Mike Henry Boston MA
13:41
You too!
Mike Maddaloni
14:07
Hi Mike... I grew up in MA and last lived in the Boston area, and after a dozen years in Chicago I have lived in Appleton for 5 years
Mike Henry Boston MA
14:57
Interesting how life can be full circle in the end!...my parents both were raised and grew up in MA
Trevor Hietpas
16:13
Kara, can you make me a presenter as well?
Doug Gieryn
19:46
What proportion of the surveys did not answer those demographics?
Trevor Hietpas
22:03
Only about 15 people didn't share ANY demographic info, but 50-100 people chose to not disclose 1 of each of the demographic responses
Rachel Podoski
22:43
are we able to see the "denominator" of any given group in the Power BI with the slicers available?
Mike Maddaloni
24:43
I forgot the survey questions... were there any demographic questions about how long someone has lived in the area?
jbrogan
25:22
There was not, Mike, but that was a suggested addition from Tuesday's presentation.
Sarah Vanausdall
25:49
How were the age ranges determined?
Carolyn Desrosiers | She/her/hers | Community Foundation
26:11
What was the prompt people responded to on mental health?
Mike Maddaloni
26:21
Thanks for the follow-up - I agree that is a key question... and coming form someone who is not a life-long valley resident!
jbrogan
26:54
@sarah We used loose generational bands (boomers, x-ers, etc). We made a small mistake in the second survey because we failed to advance the bands since 2019.
Sarah Vanausdall
27:56
Thank you!
Rachel Podoski
28:37
any thought of exploring correlations between those most struggling and which of the main factors hindering well-being they mentioned, as an example? not sure if possible given data set but might be interesting...
Rachel Podoski
30:09
👍
Doug Gieryn-Winnebago Public Health
33:56
How do we know if the differences we see from 2019 and 2021 are statistically significant?
Breanna Mekuly, Appleton Health Dept (she, her, hers)
34:13
Were the demographics of survey respondents proportional to data we have from the 2020 census of residents in the Fox Cities?
Carolyn Desrosiers | She/her/hers | Community Foundation
38:47
Do you provide a definition of BIPOC on the data page? Just thinking of community members who might want to explore the data and are not aware what that acronym stands for. Like any acronym, we might think everyone knows it, but they don't
Nancy J. Jones
40:14
Did the 2021 survey ask if an individual had responded in 2019?
jbrogan
40:51
Good point, Carolyn. We can add that.
Carolyn Desrosiers | She/her/hers | Community Foundation
41:33
👍🏼
jbrogan
41:35
@Nancy, we did not, but that is another great question to add.
Carolyn Desrosiers | She/her/hers | Community Foundation
43:53
Which counties were included? I know there are 19 municipalities included in IFC but not sure which counties that covers?
Jonathan Lhost (he)
44:41
Outagamie, Winnebago, Calumet
Mike Henry Boston MA
45:03
As a Boston Public teacher for 17 years, have you presented these stats to area school districts in the fox cities. If so, what are their reactions?
ppm1106
47:22
GREAT work, Data Team! And, love that the data set is available for the community to explore!
Jonathan Lhost (he)
48:23
https://imaginefoxcities.com/data
Doug Gieryn-Winnebago Public Health
48:36
From a public health perspective we are very interested in the components of what is in basic needs and community belonging to help identify strategies for improvement.
Beth Flaherty
49:34
What an amazing team! Thank you all!
ppm1106
49:44
To Doug's point, can we put the vital conditions definitions and visuals at this site as well?
Stacy Wegley, Community Initiatives
49:46
@doug https://thriving.us/why-thriving/ Mid way down the page you can find a summary sheet for Vital Conditions
Kim Ritzow
49:48
Excellent work, data team!
Gillian Leggett (she/her)
49:52
Thank you! (If anyone wants to know how to save chat, let me know)
You Chi Feng Lee
49:55
Thank you!
Beth Flaherty
50:21
Thank you so much for joining us Mike and for your comments!!!
April Savage
50:27
Amazing work. Looking forward to the ripple as we all collaborate, terrific data and start to conversations!
Doug Gieryn-Winnebago Public Health
50:42
Thank you!
Carolyn Desrosiers | She/her/hers | Community Foundation
50:43
Huge thank you to the data team! How often will the survey be conducted in the future?
Chris Wardlow [he/him]
51:26
Thank you very much for the great resource
Adriana McCleer (she/her) Appleton Public Library
51:37
Thank you for making this data and tool accessible to the community and inviting even more to participate!
Nancy J. Jones
51:39
Thank you for making the data available to the community.