SatSummit 2024
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Liz Chamberlain

Deputy Executive Director at Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT). She/Her.


Liz cares deeply about the potential and dignity of all people, and believes that community-based tech & data solutions are a critical lever to unleash that potential. With nearly 20 years of leadership experience in the international non-profit sector, Liz specializes in leading organizations through periods of growth to enable impact around the world. She has worked with HOT for 6 years and loves maps.

On the agenda

  1. Open Access Data for Impact

    May. 16, 01:15pm
    The South Hub

    As the world grapples with the escalating climate crisis, the imperative for open, accessible, and accurate geospatial data for nature and climate has never been more urgent. This panel will unpack open access data's critical role in democratizing data, enhancing transparency, fostering global collaboration, and accelerating innovation. The discussion will center on the significance of satellite data in enhancing public services, fostering sustainable practices, and ensuring equitable access to critical information for decision-making across various sectors. Key themes will include data accuracy, privacy considerations, and collaborative frameworks to advance the development of comprehensive digital infrastructure for public benefit. We aim to discuss the practical downstream data products that can be created with satellite data and how we can accelerate their development.


    1. Emily Sylak-Glassman


    1. Lola Fatoyinbo, PhD
    2. Fred Stolle
    3. Kate Chapman
    4. Liz Chamberlain

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  1. NASA Lifelines


  1. Element84

  2. Esri

  3. Impact Observatory

  4. United States Agency for International Development (USAID)