Announcing the Winners of the 2020 Data Literacy Awards!

A year ago, we announced the winners of the inaugural 2019 Data Literacy Awards, and we’re excited to announce the winners of this year. The public nominated and voted for the winners of 5 different categories: 1) Most Insightful Data Book, 2) Most Helpful Data Video Channel, 3) Most Interesting Data Podcast, 4) Top Data Community Initiative, and 5) Data Literacy Advocate of the Year.

Without further ado, here are this year’s winners! Click through the image carousel below to see who won.

Scroll through the slides below to see the vote breakdown for the Top 3 in each category, as well as others that were included in the voting!

Last but not least, here are links to each of the winners in case you’d like to find out more about each one:

Data Literacy Advocate of the Year

GOLD: Kim Herrington –

SILVER: Allen Hillery –

SILVER (TIE): Tim Freestone –

Top Data Community Initiative

GOLD: MakeoverMonday –

SILVER: Data Visualization Society –

BRONZE: The Data Literacy Project –

Most Insightful Data Book

GOLD: ‘Calling Bullshit’ by Carl Bergstrom & Jevin West –

SILVER: ‘Innovative Tableau’ by Ryan Sleeper –

BRONZE: ‘Empowered by Data’ by Eva Murray –

Most Helpful Data Video Channel

GOLD: ‘Lights On Data’ with George Firican –

SILVER: The Information Lab –

BRONZE: ‘Story By Data’ with Kate Strachnyi –

Most Interesting Data Podcast

GOLD: Data + Love –

SILVER: Storytelling with Data –

BRONZE: Data Viz Today –