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DataWorks Partners provides customized solutions to help institutions realize the potential of their data and analytics assets.

Bringing extensive experience and a record of accomplishment, DataWorks Partners will help you to identify needs and goals and will develop solutions that meet those goals and work within your institutional context.


Dan Cohen-Vogel, Ph.D.



Dr. Dan Cohen-Vogel leads DataWorks Partners. With two decades of experience in education and public policy, Dan is a recognized leader in higher education data and analytics.

dan@dataworkspartners.com
Tel: 850-445-4507

More about Dan

As Vice President for Data and Analytics in the University of North Carolina System, leading the Data & Analytics team for over seven years, Dan had a transformative role. His team overhauled the Data and Analytics operations and led the creation of a central data warehouse and shared analytics platform for the state’s 16 public universities. These innovations made UNC a higher education analytics leader.


Previously, Dan focused on higher education data and policy as the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Institutional Research for the Board of Governors of Florida’s public universities. Coming to higher education from a policy and program evaluation background, he also served in roles of Staff Economist and Principal Analyst in Tennessee’s Offices of Research and Education Accountability and as Senior Analyst with the Florida Legislature’s Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability.


Dan earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and master’s and doctoral degrees in applied economics from the University of California, Berkeley. He has taught at Vanderbilt University and Florida State University. In addition to higher education and legislative work, he has served as a consultant in settings including K12 education litigation support, process improvement for corporate data and analytics operations, and curriculum development for the UN Development Programme.

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