Day job: GIS Specialist, UCSF
GIS Focus: GIS for Facilities Management and Academic Administration
As Program Manager My Goal is: To build a robust and solid GIS program. Provide a service that delivers relevant knowledge, techniques and work-flows to those seeking jobs, students, organizations and community activists. To actively engage the GIS EC in community projects and build relationships with local organizations and private entities.
GIS is important to me because: I believe GIS can facilitate better communication within a community or organization. The ability to analyze data spatiallycan provide vital information for decision makers regarding policy. Maps are critical to understanding and improving our environment.
- Facility management and space utilization - University of California San Francisco
- Precinct analysis - San Francisco Department of Elections
- Facility Management and GIS for Campuses - City College of San Francisco
- GIS for Campus Administration - City College of San Francisco
- Crime Analysis, Homicides - San Francisco Police (SFPD)
- Utility/asset mapping, Oakland & San Jose Airports - Towill Inc.
- GIS database and feature creation, Hetch-Hetchy ROW - Towill Inc.
- LiDAR, Forest and Power Utility mapping - Towill Inc.
- Georectification and aerial time-series, Formally Used Defense Sites (FUDS) - Towill, Inc.
- CAD conversion, Towill Inc.
- Invasive species mapping, Tomales Bay - Pacific Coast Science & Learning Center, Point Reyes National Seashore
- Marine mammal stranding database, California - Point Reyes National Seashore
- Major Contributor to 'Thinking Globally, Acting Regionally' by Richard LeGates, SFSU Urban Planning Department (ESRI Press)