• Data ManagerU.S. National Park Service (2016 – Present). Data and information management for the Sierra Nevada Network Inventory and Monitoring Program. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Three Rivers, CA.
  • GIS Analyst, City of Boulder (2016). Web and mobile GIS applications for transportation and utilities maintenance. Boulder, CO
  • Research Associate, University of Colorado (2015 – 2016). Remote sensing techniques for hydrologic research in the Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory. Boulder, CO
  • GIS & Data TechnicianU.S. National Park Service (2013 – 2015). GIS integration and data management for natural and cultural resource planning. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Three Rivers, CA; Gateway National Recreation Area, Staten Island, NY
  • GIS/Natural Resource InternU.S. Bureau of Land Management (2013, 2012, 2010). Cartography, data management, and science communication for the National Landscape Conservation System and Division of Recreation and Visitor Services. Washington, DC
  • Geography InternNational Geographic Society (2012). Nominee review for National Geographic Young Explorers; graphic aid and design for Freshwater. Washington, DC
  • Research Assistant, The Ohio State University (2011 – 2012, 2009 – 2010). Advanced remote sensing; spatial analysis; and data collection, integration, and processing for polar and alpine research. Columbus, OH
  • Geologic Mapping Intern, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey (2007 – 2010). Mapping support for regional geohazards, glacial geomorphology, and historic data preservation. Columbus, OH


  • Strong foundation of knowledge in GIS, physical sciences, and natural resources; excellent oral and written communication; strong problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Highly proficient with ESRI ArcGIS 10.x (ArcMap; ArcCatalog; Spatial Analyst; Geostatistical Analyst; ArcPad; etc.); experienced with web and mobile mapping applications, including ArcGIS Online, GeoCortex Essentials Manager, and Collector for ArcGIS
  • Additional geospatial, remote sensing, and statistical tools: ERDAS IMAGINE; GeoDA; RSI ENVI + IDL; SPSS; R; SQL; KML for Google Earth; VBA with ArcObjects; DNR Garmin, GPS using Garmin, Trimble, and TopCon receivers

Professional Training

  • NPS Fundamentals Residential, Grand Canyon, AZ, August 2017
  • ESRI User Conference, San Diego, CA, July 2017
  • Inventory and Monitoring Data Managers Training, Fort Collins, CO, November 2017
  • GIS in the Rockies, Denver, CO, September 2016
  • ESRI User Conference, San Diego, CA, 27 June/July 2016
  • High Resolution Topography Short Course, 3-day training at Arizona State University, January 2016
  • ESRI User Conference, San Diego, CA, July 2015
  • ESRI User Conference, San Diego, CA, July 2013


  • Geological Society of America (2009 – Present)
  • America Geophysical Union (2013 – Present)
  • Association of National Park Rangers (2014 – Present)
  • Society for Conservation GIS (2016 – Present)
  • George Wright Society (2016 – Present)

Applied Coursework

GIS Modeling; Earth Analytics; Applied Quantitative Methods for Geography (Advanced Geostatistics); Remote Sensing; Design and Implementation of GIS; Intermediate GIS; Fundamentals of GIS; Numerical Cartography; Elements of Cartography; Introduction to Geographic Analysis and Geostatistics; Seminar for Cartography; Research Design for Physical Sciences (Geography); Field Methods in Human Geography