Paul Kuhne is the Roundtables Program Manager at the Center for Open Data Enterprise (CODE). In this role, Paul oversees CODE’s high-level Roundtables which convene stakeholders and industry experts to identify opportunities for better open data use for federal agencies, nonprofits, and community organizations. He has planned and facilitated over 10 Roundtables on topics related to data in healthcare, climate, and criminal justice. He also co-leads CODE’s Open Data for Racial Equity program, which has convened Roundtables on Open Data for Racial Equity in Healthcare and Improving Data for Racial Equity in Policing. Paul has over ten years of professional experience in community and stakeholder engagement, programs development, and partnership building. He has a Master’s degree in Global Policy Studies at the LBJ School of Public Affairs where he studied open data, transparency, and migration. Paul also received his Project Management Professional (PMP) certification in 2023 through the Project Management Institute.
North America, Africa
English, Spanish (Medium)
Experience as a coach (formal/informal)
Experience as a facilitator
Environmental sustainability, Healthcare, Race equity, Technology, Policy making
Areas of development and learning
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