GIS Specialist at Stanford University School of Medicine• Map the spatial distribution of tobacco retailers and its relation to population demographics, cigarette prices, and smoking behaviors.
• Map fast food outlets related to demographical data for the San Francisco Toy Ban project.
• Association of American Geographers 2011 Conference Presenter: Trends in Spatial Access to Tobacco Retailers in California High School Neighborhoods
Graduate Assistant at Ball State University• Used ArcGIS & Illustrator to map demographic, sociological, and economic data related to AT&T’s broadband network.
• Completed various projects for the Director of CICS
GIS Technician at Afterimage, GIS• Created and mapped database of 125 million US households using ArcGIS Hawth’s Analysis Tools. Results used for radio frequency mapping and analysis.
• Executed GIS based projects for CEO requiring knowledge of ArcGIS Desktop and extensions.
Masters of Science at Ball State University
CICS combines theoretical and practical learning opportunities, prepares students to use the latest technologies of information systems, and connects students with professional opportunities to apply these technologies and ultimately solve information and communication problems in the real world of business.
Bachelors of Science at Ball State University
A program that teaches students to learn how to visualize information in ways that reveal relationships, patterns, and trends by using computer software for cartography (the art and science of making maps), remote sensing (provides a means to capture visual and digital information about the earth through airborne cameras and advanced electronic sensors), and GIS, which is a set of computer tools for analyzing spatial data.