TULSA, OK – Asemio’s Managing Director and co-founder, Aaron Bean, has been elected to serve a one-year term as a board member-at-large for the Association of Public Data Users (APDU). The Association of Public Data Users (APDU) is a national network where users, producers, and disseminators of public statistical data come together to cultivate relationships among key space members and share knowledge about public data.
In this role, Bean will provide strategic guidance to help APDU achieve its vision to become a go-to resource for individuals that work with public data.
Asemio is a social enterprise that works with nonprofits and social impact organizations to design, develop, and sustain data and technology solutions. These solutions help organizations collect and make meaning from their data to support day-to-day operations, collaborative community initiatives, and strategic planning.
Bean brings decades of experience working in data, technology, and the social impact domain to the APDU board. “I’m energized to join a group of individuals who are as passionate as I am about unlocking the potential of public data in ways that are safe, secure, and ethically sound,” he says.
Asemio is a social enterprise working at the intersection of software and social good. Since 2013, Asemio has helped nonprofit and social impact organizations better serve their communities with innovative, high-quality technology solutions.
Learn more about Asemio here.
The Association of Public Data Users (APDU) is a national network that links users, producers, and disseminators of government statistical data. APDU members share a vital concern about the collection, dissemination, preservation, and interpretation of public data.
Learn more about APDU here.
Jessica England, Director of Strategy and Partnerships, Asemio