Stephanie Evergreen is coming to Chicago and putting aside an hour, in-person, to answer questions from CEA members. She is well-known for her data visualization work and also serves as a business development coach. What questions do you have for her?
1) Register now to attend (4/12) and;
2) Send us your questions for Stephanie!
To make best use of everyone’s time, we will be collecting questions ahead of time for Stephanie to answer. Do you want feedback on a visualization? Want ideas for how to represent some data? Need guidance on developing your own business? Just really want to know who her favorite Spice Girl is? Now is your opportunity to ask!
Please submit questions here (they can be anonymous, or you can include your name and contact info so we can do our best to clearly communicate it).
Please submit questions by April 10th.
We imagine at least 45 minutes of curated questions from CEA members, and hopefully some time at the end for any further questions from audience members.
Come for snacks and mingling at 5:30; Stephanie Evergreen begins answering your questions promptly at 6pm!
Dr. Stephanie Evergreen is an internationally-recognized speaker, designer, and researcher. She is best known for bringing a research-based approach to helping people better communicate their work through more effective graphs, slides, and reports. A Fulbright scholar, she holds a PhD in interdisciplinary research, which included a dissertation on the extent of graphic design use in written research reporting. Dr. Evergreen has trained people worldwide through keynote presentations and workshops, for Fortune 500 clients like MasterCard and Facebook and missionaligned clients like the United Nations, the Boys and Girls Club, AARP, and The Alaska Native Trial Health Consortium. She is the 2015 recipient of the American Evaluation Association’s Guttentag award, given for notable accomplishments early in a career and the 2017 recipient of the Myrdal award for impacts on practice. Dr. Evergreen is co-editor and co-author of two issues of New Directions for Evaluation on data visualization. She writes a popular blog on data presentation at StephanieEvergreen.com. Her two books on designing high-impact graphs, slideshows, and reports both hit #1 on Amazon bestseller lists weeks before they were even released. In 2019, Dr. Evergreen published the second edition of one of those bestsellers and a brand new sketchbook with templates for making infographics and dashboards.