From the media to medicine and from farming to finance – data answers questions faster, provides powerful insights and drives smarter critical decision‑making.
Spotting patterns is key to helping cure life‑threatening diseases.
Knowing your X from your Y-axis can predict who you might fall in love with.
And analyzing peaks and troughs can lead you to a game-changing opportunity for international business growth.
But most of the world can’t read, write or understand data – so it’s just gobbledygook. A scary alien language. And it can’t be used to unlock potential.
We believe everyone should be data literate.
Because with automation, robotics and artificial intelligence – a fourth industrial revolution is looming.
And data will be a universal language.
We are a global community dedicated to making the language of data understood and communicated effectively by all.
Together we can make these new skills a necessity in education.
Together we can future-proof our workforces. And together we will share the tools required to nurture lifelong data literacy and accelerate smarter use.
We can shape a successful data-literate, free-thinking and speaking culture for all.
We can all Be Data Brilliant.
Introducing Who we are
Launched by the global data analytics leader Qlik, the Data Literacy Project includes founding partners Accenture, Cognizant, Experian, Pluralsight, the Chartered Institute of Marketing, and Data to the People – along with academic thought leaders.
Together we aim to ignite discussion and develop the tools we need to shape
a successful, data literate society.
We’ll have encouraged the world’s leading organizations to provide data literacy training.
We’ll have created the world’s most extensive library of resource-based learning for data literacy.
We’ll have supported global educational institutions to place data literacy into the curriculum.
Meet Our Advisory Board
We’ve assembled a group of respected visionaries all with an extensive focus on data. Together they’ll develop our strategy, help deliver our promise and drive the future direction of the Data Literacy Project.
- Jordan Morrow
- Global Head of Data Literacy
- Paul Malyon
- Head of Thought Leadership & Data Literacy
- Jane Crofts
- Founder of Data To The People and Creator of Databilities®
- Rahul Bhargava
- Research Scientist in the Civic Media group at the MIT Media Lab
- Chantilly Jaggernauth
- Founder and CEO of Millennials and Data (#MAD).
- Ben Jones
- Founder and CEO of Data Literacy, LLC
- Alan Schwarz
- Founder of DataPhi Communications
- Meri Rosich
- CDO and Head of Data Science at VISA APAC