Date(s) - 03/13/18
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Susan Miller will be sharing recent activities involving the Geospatial Information Office, including January’s United States Geological Survey’s 3D Elevation Program grant for the acquisition of LiDAR data for 67 counties (this is the second year Georgia has received such a grant; 22 counties were awarded last year).
Ms. Miller has been the State of Georgia’s first Geospatial Information Officer since 2015. She has worked in the field of GIS for over 20 years and began her career as a watershed GIS manager for the Mississippi River Watershed and then became involved with the Society for Conservation GIS and later worked for Esri. More recently, Ms. Miller was the GIO for the Nature Conservatory (where she was awarded the Esri President’s Award for Outstanding Vision and Leadership) and worked to develop and execute on strategies for a global network of approximately 3,500 GIS practitioners from dozens of organizations and countries as well as across the United States.
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