Cartographer - Data Analyst - GIS Technician - Artist - Environmentalist
Selkirk College, GIS Student
I am Kootenay local, currently located on Ktunaxa traditional lands (Kimberley, BC) who graduated from the Recreation Fish and Wildlife program at Selkirk College in 2014. Currently I am enrolled in the Bachelor of GIS program at Selkirk College. I have been working in the recreation and environmental field for over seven years. I have worked as a Park Attendant, a Park Operator, a Park Ranger, and as a Park and Trail Maintenance Worker, as well as worked with birds of prey, invasive species, danger tree analysis and removal and in backcountry recreational tourism. Following graduation, I am hoping to enter a field in GIS while sticking to my recreation and conservation roots to safeguard my landscapes.
MAPPING & CARTOGRAPHY
Data collection to create clear and informative maps and figures for general site planning, topographic maps and themed maps.
SPATIAL ANALYSIS & GEOPROCESSING
Using locations, attributes and relationships through analytical techniques for city planning, transportation modeling and natural resource management.
DATA ANALYST & MANAGEMENT
Data collecting, keeping, using securely, efficiently, cost-effectively and well organized to reach meaningful conclusions.
Planning, organizing, and directing the completion of GIS projects while ensuring projects are on time, on budget, and within scope.
Creation of interactive web maps and applications including static maps, online data, and web map and feature services.
GIS ANALYSIS AND AUTOMATION
Systematic processes of inspecting, cleaning, transforming, and modeling data through scripting and model building.