2022 ACL CDSME Grantee Database Training: Guidance and Updates for Navigating the National CDSME Database
Join us for an orientation of the National Chronic Disease Self-Management Education Database. Housed in Salesforce, you’ll learn how to navigate the database, enter data, and track your workshop activity. Presenters will review procedures for importing data from third-party vendors, data security and privacy requirements, and important quality assurance measures. CDSME grant leads and key staff responsible for data collection, entry, and management should attend.
Data Management and Analysis Associate
National Council on Aging
Kenny Rosenkranz is a research associate with nearly a decade of experience working in the non-profit/NGO space. At NCOA, he primarily works on data visualization and social-impact reporting. He formerly assisted with product design and content creation for the Aging Mastery Program®. Before joining NCOA, Kenny worked at the German Marshall Fund of the United States and the China-US Exchange Foundation. He served for three years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ukraine and holds degrees in Economics from University of Wisconsin – Madison (BA), Johns Hopkins University (MA), and Nanjing University, (MA).
Lesha Spencer-Brown MPH, CPH, PMP (she/her)
Aging Services Program Specialist
Administration for Community Living
Lesha Spencer-Brown is an Aging Services Program Specialist in the Office of Nutrition and Health Promotion Programs, within the Administration for Community Living's, Administration on Aging. Driven by her passion for public health, she has spent the past decade working with nonprofit and local government entities to establish and enhance health promotion strategies among vulnerable populations and under-resourced communities. Prior to her work at ACL, Lesha served as a Health and Wellness Senior Program Manager for the National Recreation and Park Association where the managed the Healthy Aging in Parks Initiative. She earned a Master of Public Health with a concentration in Socio-Health Sciences and Community and Family Health from the University of South Florida, and a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Clark Atlanta University.
Meghan Thompson has worked with data and analytics for evidence-based health promotion programs serving older adults for more than twenty years. As data manager for Sound Generations’ Project Enhance in Seattle, WA, she has been dedicated to making EnhanceFitness and EnhanceWellness program data as useful and relevant as possible for delivery partners, researchers, and participants, as well as to providing quality support to the community of those who use NCOA’s National CDSME and Falls Prevention Databases.
Director, Enterprise Applications and Data Integration
National Council on Aging
Ben Kean is the Director of Enterprise Applications and Data Integration at NCOA and has led the IT administration of the CDSME database platform for the past 8 months.