About the workshop

Join us for an interactive workshop designed exclusively for users of Clarity's air quality monitoring equipment. "From Data to Impact" is tailored to empower our valued community with the knowledge, tools, and strategies needed to leverage the air quality measurements you collect for impactful research projects and advocacy initiatives. Whether you're aiming to enhance your current work or explore new possibilities, this workshop will guide you through the process of maximizing the impact you can drive with your air quality data.

We are thrilled to have Professor Jay Turner, Head of the Division of Engineering Education at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis, joining this workshop as a guest speaker to discuss his experience leveraging Clarity air quality data to create a comprehensive report for or UNICEF on Health and Social Impacts of Air Pollution on Women and Children in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

What you'll get from this workshop: 

  • Air Quality Success Stories: Hear from successful Clarity users who have made notable contributions to air quality research and policy. Gain insights into their strategies, challenges, and how they leveraged Clarity's technology for impactful results.
  • Interactive Workshop Sessions: Dive into hands-on sessions led by Clarity's experts, focusing on research project design and the integration of technology for enhanced research outcomes.
  • Networking Opportunities: Connect and network with fellow Clarity users — a diverse group of researchers, environmentalists, and technologists — to share ideas, forge connections, and lay the groundwork for future collaborations.
  • Air Quality Research Templates & Resources: Access resources including research project design templates and analytical tools designed to enhance your proficiency in working with air quality data to drive results.  

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Meet the workshop speakers and facilitators

  • Jay Turner

    Head of the Division of Engineering Education

    McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis

  • Aubrey Burgess, Environmental Project Manager, former Love My Air Program Manager @Clarity Movement (formerly City and County of Denver)

    Aubrey Burgess

    Projects Team Lead


  • Jack Kodros, Air Quality Data Scientist

    Jack Kodros

    Air Quality Data Scientist


  • Maggie Isied, Business Development Manager

    Maggie Isied

    Air Quality Services Manager


  • Ryan Higgins

    Director of Marketing


  • Sean Wihera, VP, Business Development and Partnerships

    Sean Wihera

    VP, Business Development and Partnerships