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See how Hassel K. helped Twin Cities PBS Emergency Response Services on a Data & Analytics call

Lillian M
Lillian M.
Managing Director, Twin Cities Public Television
Hassel K
Hassel K.
Volunteer
Matched on
Jun 25, 2018
Saved
$558
Hours Given
2 Hours
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What did Twin Cities PBS Emergency Response Services want to talk about?

I would like to do a market analysis but I am not sure if I am prepared to do so. Can you help me assess? I have reviewed the pre-requisites and I believe I can do all but the "research"

Additional Context

We're Twin Cities PBS tpt.org
While I am the lone staffer for TPT NOW, the channel I'm developing for health and safety information reaching diverse communities, I do believe I can get some support from internal staff in development, marketing and finance (we have 175 employees)

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Lillian M
Lillian M.
Managing Director, Twin Cities Public Television
Final Product
Phone Consultation
Cause Areas
Education
Disaster Relief
Diversity & Inclusion
Twin Cities PBS Emergency Response Services
Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA

What did Hassel have to offer?

I came from Japan 15 years ago. Working as manager for more than 10 years and I love to influence and help people. I'm a team player, have great personal skills, and easy to work with. I'm interested in be part of people's success.

-Education
2012 International Business degree
-Certifications
2014 Project management
2018 Data Science
2018 Predictive analysis

-Languages
Japanese and Spanish ( both first language)

Skills
Data Analysis
Experience
  • Experience in data & analytics and ability to provide advice over the phone
Hassel K
Hassel K.
Volunteer
Elk Grove, CA, USA

About Twin Cities PBS Emergency Response Services

In Minnesota and nationwide, emergency alert messages are broadcast only in English, despite the growing population of immigrants and refugees. Emergency responders, and public health and safety officials have long recognized that this results in a critical communications gap - leaving English as a Second Language (ESL) communities especially vulnerable in times of crisis and disengaged from resilience efforts. Twin Cities PBS (TPT) has launched TPT NOW, a gap-filling, 24/7 broadcast channel dedicated to emergency preparedness and response. TPT NOW is the nation's first broadcast channel positioned to deliver real-time, multi-lingual emergency alerts (Somali, Hmong, Spanish and English).
Fun Fact

Fun Fact

This is the 2nd project posted by Twin Cities PBS Emergency Response Services.

Total Saved
$11,200

Check out Hassel's total impact

Hassel K has matched on 2 projects with 1 organizations so far!

Total Projects
2
Saved
$5,980
Time Given
42 hours
Member Since
June 2018
Skills Used
Communications
Data Analysis
Writing
Causes Supported
Education

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Hassel K
Hassel K.
Volunteer
Elk Grove, CA, USA

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