Afterschool Analytics: Why the data matters | Virtual

  • Wednesday, March 29, 2023
  • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Zoom
  • 100


Session presented in continued partnership with the Florida Recreation and Park Association

Learn how data can be used to inspire change, create a story of impactful moments, motivate staff, and help grow your Parks and Recreation department. In this session we discuss the impact keeping track of data can have, and how to use this information to best serve your community.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify how proper data collection can help tell your parks and recreation story.
  • Identify how to properly sell your services and improve programming through data collection.
  • Be able to tangibly show the impact staff has, helping motivate and create healthy competition amongst your team.


    Vince Bowers, Recreation Program Supervisor, Hillsborough County Parks and Recreation
    Chris Harrison, Recreation Program Supervisor, Hillsborough County Parks and Recreation

    Vince has over 14 years of experience with the Hillsborough County Parks and Recreation Department. Most recently as the Recreation Program Supervisor at the Westchase Recreation Center. Vince oversees the daily report operations of the recreation center and its programs which include After School and Summer Camp programming for over 120 participants. Other programs include Youth Athletic Leagues, Pickleball and active adult exercise classes. Vince is also a volunteer coach with a local youth football league.

    The love for Parks and Recreation began at very young age for Chris. Having grown up in the Hillsborough County Parks system Chris Harrison has had the unique opportunity to be a participant and now leader in the Parks and Recreation. Having served his community in the field of Parks and Recreation for past nine years. Drawing on his personal and professional experiences has helped shape the diversity of programming within Hillsborough County, bringing Esports into the forefront of highlighted programs.

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