Lori Alexander

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Hiring Our Heroes Fellowship Program

Posted by Lori Alexander on March 26, 2019 at 11:17 AM

NNData is excited to continue to participate in the Hiring Our Heroes Corporate Fellowship Program (CFP). CFP is an innovative program that provides transitioning service members with professional training and hands-on experience in the civilian workforce. The professional development offered through the program prepares candidates for a smooth transition into meaningful civilian careers.

Carla Miller, Program Manager, Corporate Fellowship Program for Hiring our Heroes, presents a coin to Joe Parker after his presentation to a group of members of our military who are beginning their transition from military life to civilian life. Joe relayed his own experiences transitioning from the Marine Corps, to government employee and now as a member of the private sector.

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How do you define data?

Posted by Lori Alexander on August 8, 2018 at 10:07 AM

Here at NNData we spend a lot of time talking about data but when we talk to people outside our bubble and ask how they manage their data many people kind of look around and respond with “well, I don’t really have any data” or “we don’t really manage data”.  We have come to understand that not everyone thinks of data in the same way we do.  In fact, I would venture to say that 80% of the population never gives the word “data” a passing thought.  However, I believe that almost everyone deals with data in one form or another, it’s just called a different name.  What is data?  It’s spreadsheets, logs, documents, briefings, images, completed forms, reports, emails, articles, publications, the list goes on and on and we call all of them “data”. 

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