Please note: Registration is through Sourcewell. This presentation is jointly offered on behalf of the Minnesota State Demographic Center, the Minnesota Service Cooperatives, the League of Minnesota Cities, the Association of Minnesota Counties, and the Minnesota Association of Townships.
Census Day, April 1, 2020, is less than six months away – do you have everything you need in place to ensure a complete count?
The 2020 census will decide how billions of dollars of federal funding are distributed to Minnesota communities. Congressional representation is also determined based on census counts – Minnesota being one of the states that could potentially lose a seat in Congress. Minnesota cities play an important role in getting an accurate count by forming and participating in Complete Count Committees.
Make sure you’re ready for the census this January by participating in an interactive livestream presented by the Minnesota State Demographic Center. You will go through resources and strategies to support the success of Complete Count Committees across Minnesota cities, counties, and townships.
Take part in this free online session to:
Looking for more resources to help you plan for the 2020 Census? Visit the League’s 2020 census page.
Susan Brower, State Demographer, Minnesota State Demographic Center
Susan Brower is the Minnesota State Demographer and directs the MN State Demographic Center. Susan became the state demographer in February 2012. She regularly talks with Minnesotans about the new social and economic realities connected to the state's economy and workforce, education, health, immigration, and rural population changes.
Susan earned her Ph.D. in sociology at the University of Michigan, specializing in demography and family sociology. She also holds a master's degree in public policy from Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota.
Rachel Dame, 2020 Census Project Manager, Minnesota State Demographic Center
Rachel Dame is the 2020 Census Project Manager at the Minnesota State Demographic Center. Rachel has previous project management experience from her time with the U.S. Olympic Committee, Special Olympic World Games, and Ironman Oceania. For the past two years, Rachel has worked as a researcher with the State and Local Policy Program at the University of Minnesota. In this role, Rachel focused on transportation policy related to single occupancy vehicles and transportation network companies. Rachel’s passion for the census developed in graduate school when she worked extensively to connect census data with policy decisions in Minnesota. Rachel recently earned her Master of Public Policy Degree from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota and holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Relations from North Carolina State University.
Audience: This workshop is open to all local government officials, including city administrators, managers, mayors, councilmembers, clerks, and other city staff involved in the census
Registration Fee: FREE
The deadline to register is Jan. 24.
Date/Time: Jan. 29 – 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
This presentation is jointly offered on behalf of the Minnesota State Demographic Center, the Minnesota Service Cooperatives, the League of Minnesota Cities, the Association of Minnesota Counties, and the Minnesota Association of Townships.