PYD113 - Data Literacy with Analytics Consultant, Rachel Kurtz
Podcast Your Data
Data literacy is the cornerstone of advanced decision making. Individuals and organizations grow when they learn to correctly crack the data code. Today, InterWorks Communications Manager Garrett Sauls speaks with Analytics Consultant Rachel Kurtz about the importance and impact of data-literate communities.
Rachel Kurtz is a musician, a momma, an incredible force, and one hell of a woman. In this episode, we talk about her discovering her queerness later in life, and how she experiences her faith coming from Christian world. Stream Rachel's music on Spotify and send her money! www.RachelKurtz.com @IAmRachelKurtzFollow me @thekevingarciaA Tiny Revolution is a part of Irreverent Media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Singer/songwriter Rachel Kurtz weaves together a lively faith, real-world issues, and her personal journey in authentic music that stirs the soul.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/david-ellingson/message
Life Journeys: Singer/Songwriter Rachel Kurtz Part 2
Paddle Pilgrim Podcast
Since our original podcast with Rachel, the world has changed. The murder of George Floyd has re-awakened the world to the violence and injustice of systemic racism and the reality of white privilege. Here are Rachel's experiences during this time of "Uprising."--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/david-ellingson/message
Rachel Kurtz Promises Flirty, Sexy Songs, Wednesday Feb 12 at the Icehouse in Minneapolis
Rachel Kurtz has been singing her whole life and gets everything behind her performances. Catch Rachel and 5-piece band at the Icehouse next Wednesday, February 12 at 9PM. When Rachel talked with Phil Nusbaum, she talked about her life and her songs.
Listen to Rachel's story about her creative process that lead her to the New Orleans National Youth Rally. To find out more about the Village go to http://www.holdenvillage.org/. To learn more about Rachel Kurtz's story visit http://www.rachelkurtz.org/.