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Regional Data Advisory Committee

The Regional Data Advisory Committee (RDAC) is a top-level advisory committee consisting of data experts representing the public, private, nonprofit, and academic sectors. The members evaluate and advise the Commission and MORPC staff on matters of regional importance pertaining to data. The RDAC vision is to make Central Ohio a leader in using data to improve the quality of life for all residents.

This committee was formed based on the recommendations of a 2015 Regional Data Task Force. Read the full Regional Data Task Force Report.

RDAC Mission Statement

The Regional Data Advisory Committee advances data policies and strategic actions to increase access to open data in Central Ohio.

View our 2019-2020 Regional Data Agenda.

  • Tom Kneeland, City of Gahanna – Chair
  • Jung Kim, Columbus2020 – Vice Chair
  • Jennifer Anderson, Columbus State Community College, Office of Institutional Effectiveness
  • Dann Bruno, Rev1 Ventures
  • Lynnette Cook, Thoughtwell
  • Brad Ebersole, Consolidated Electric Cooperative, Inc.
  • Shoreh Elhami, City of Columbus
  • Rick Garrabrant, City of Columbus, Division of Infrastructure Management
  • Bill Lafayette, Regionomics LLC
  • Dave Landsbergen , OSU John Glenn College
  • Sam Orth, City of Columbus
  • Ernest Perry, Hands on Central Ohio
  • Tom Reed, Educational Service Center of Central Ohio, Center for Achievement and Leadership Services
  • Scott Sanders, Delaware County Regional Planning Commission
  • Theresa Seagraves, Franklin County Public Health, Health Systems and Planning
  • Rick Stein, Urban Decision Group
Meeting Materials

July 9, 2018

March 30, 2018

January 24, 2018

September 21, 2017

July 20, 2017

March 16, 2017

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