I am a proven professional in the field of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) with over 15 years of experience and a solid background and extensive knowledge of GIS technologies, concepts, applications and instruction. I received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Earth and Geographic Sciences with a Certificate in Geographic Information Tehnologies from the University of Massachusetts at Boston. In addition, I have a Masters in Management Degree with a Certificate in Business from Cambridge College.
My GIS experience began while at UMass where I served as the Assistant Director for the Laboratory of Geographic Information Technologies developing outreach programs for public and private agencies, coordinating GIT lab use, providing technical support, and instructing GIS workshops. I served as a consultant for the Lexington Depertment of Public Works and for Parsons-Brinkerhauf-Quade and Douglas before working as the Manager of the MAPC GIS Lab for 11 years.
My GIS skills include developing and coordinating GIS projects and programs for local and regional planning projects. In addition, I designed GIS based methodologies, geo-spatial analysis, and training workshops for a variety of municipal departments including public safety.