Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Authors / Biography

Dan Green

Dan Green is the Deputy Director, Strategic Partnerships for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. At the foundation, Dan helps define, shape, and manage the foundation’s strategic partnerships and media grants.

Dan is a 17-year veteran of ABC News, having worked with Ted Koppel and Peter Jennings. Dan’s career at ABC started at its southern Africa bureau where he worked from 1990-1993 on stories across the continent, including famine in Somalia and the burgeoning AIDS epidemic in Zambia. He worked as a producer and senior producer at Nightline for more than twelve years. His worked earned him a Columbia DuPont Award, three Emmys, NABJ’s top honors, and a Peabody Award.

Posts By Dan Green

Gates and Knight Foundations Fund New Project to Improve Measuring Media Impact

There is now a wealth of data generated by people’s consumption and production of digital media that can be used to improve how we understand engagement and when that leads to greater awareness, knowledge and even changes in behavior.

Full Blog Post

Details

Eyeballs and Impact: Are We Measuring the Right Things if We Care About Social Progress?

In just the past year, we have seen the beginnings of an important evolution: many media organizations are moving from a largely agnostic relationship to their role in social change to openly discussing, pursuing, and even attempting to track their impact
on the issues they address.

Full Blog Post

Details

 

Visualizing Saving Lives

The Guardian and other media organizations are increasingly helping the public understand and explore complex data which too often sits on the desks and desktops of experts.

Full Blog Post

Hot Data: Bringing College Statistics to Life

Today, The Chronicle of Higher Education has launched a new interactive tool that for the first time makes accessible the most recent data for college completion rates across the United States.

Full Blog Post

 

Data Science Is the New Black

As Tim O’Reilly tweeted last week, “Data Science is the new black.” Data has definitely got people talking, and thinking, and rethinking the implications, and that includes a growing number of leading journalists and journalism schools…and media funders.

Full Blog Post

Details


  Load More Posts