Baughman New Data Coordinator

Posted by on July 7, 2017 in News | 0 comments

Emily Baughman has joined the Buffalo County Community Partners staff as the Data Coordinator. Baughman will be in charge of managing the data collection process that Community Partners conducts. Data collection is important . She will work to help the coalitions find data for their logic models to support current and future work.  

Emily Baughman has joined the Buffalo County Community Partners staff as the Data Coordinator. Baughman will be in charge of managing the data collection process that Community Partners conducts. Data collection is important. She will work to help the coalitions find data for their logic models to support current and future work.  

Baughman was most recently with the Nebraska Crime Commission where she processed and analyzed crime data for the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report.  Prior to that, she worked with child and family services and at CEDARS as a Juvenile Diversion Officer. “This work at Community Partners meshes the two parts of my last jobs that I really loved to do. I didn’t think I would be able to find a job to work with data. I enjoy looking at social trends. I am excited to be able to use my position to help the coalitions at Community Partners,” Baughman said. 

Baughman graduated from UNK in 2009 with a degree in psychology and criminal justice. She then moved to Lincoln and is happy now to be back home in Kearney. “I was really excited to be working back in Kearney for family reasons. I want to raise my two children in Kearney,” Baughman said.  

The first task Baughman will accomplish is reporting to the community on the Youth and Adult 2016 Behavioral Risk Factor surveys. We are excited to release the new data, because it works cohesively with coalition’s goals 

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