Meeting Archive:
Key Concepts for Data Viz

Meeting Description:
In this webinar, Jessica Bellamy will walk you through her six principles of Conscious and Responsible design, give a foundation in data equity, and share with you the tools necessary to be successful in the social change sector.
Join us on this free 1-hour webinar to hear essential strategies on infographics, data visualization, and social change.
Webinar objectives:
  • Understand the six principles of Conscious and Responsible design.
  • Learn why data equity is important to health and community.
  • Consider action steps for success through social change organizing.

The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky launched the Health for a Change capacity building training series as part of an effort to prepare nonprofit leaders across the Commonwealth for the work of advancing today’s pressing health issues. Participants connect with a wide-range of leaders in the field and learn about best practices and proven models through a unique combination of webinars and workshops throughout this annual series. Training topics include, but are not limited to, coalition building and maintenance, lobbying and advocacy, evidence-based programs and policies, grantwriting, and business planning and sustainability.

Date: Wed, Jul 17, 2019
Time: 01:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Rachelle Seger
 Presenter Information
Jessica Bellamy
Speaker Photo

International speaker, Adobe Creative Residency alumna, and award-winning infographic designer, Jessica Bellamy, graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Louisville (UofL) with degrees in Drawing (BFA), Graphic Design (BFA), Pan African Studies (BA), and a minor in Communication. As a former Neurodevelopmental Science research analyst at UofL and community organizer, in 2015, Jessica created a social enterprise that combines grassroots organizing, research, and information graphics. She named this business GRIDS: The Grassroots Information Design Studio. She has been featured in Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global, Forbes, Communication Arts Magazine, The Great Discontent, Create Magazine, Creative Mornings, Slack, The Dieline, Revision Path, and on Adobe’s Project 1324 (viewable through Facebook). See her work at