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Geographic Information Systems

Great Neck, New York, United States
January 29, 2018

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Self-starter looking for entry-level science research position in the environmental/conservation field

Computer Skills:

ArcGIS 10.3 Mapping, Python IDLE 3.6, QGIS 2.12, Carto Mapping, Microsoft (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) - Internet research and social media


CUNY Hunter, New York, NY

Advanced Certificate in Geographic Information Science January 2016- December 2017

Courses: Intro to GIS; Intro to GIScience; Intro to Cartography and Geovisualization; Advanced Topics in Geovisualization; Advanced Geoinformatics

SUNY Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh, NY

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies May 2014 Concentration: Geography and Sustainable Development

●Core Courses: Ecology; Intro to Geographic Information Systems Mapping; Economic Geography; Environmental Governance; Environmental Law and Policy; Global Planning Principles

University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK Spring 2013 Study Abroad Student (15 credits)

●Courses: Environmental Conservation; Issues in Sustainability; Urban and Rural Policy


Nassau County Department of Health, Mineola, NY Summers 2015-2017

Public Health Aide 2

●Conducted health inspections for local bathing beaches and public swimming pools of Nassau County

●Prepared inspection reports on local sites in accordance with health codes, ordinance and regulations of New York State

●Took chlorine and PH readings of local swimming pools when performing pool inspections


NYC Department of City Planning, Manhattan, NY September 2016- May 2017

Geographic Analyst Intern

Updated and modified department agency’s geographic database, Geosupport, through a Property Address Directory(PAD)

Used ESRI ArcGIS, aerial imagery and Pictometry to identify structures and buildings within financial tax lots, blocks, and condo units along with assigning them Building Identification Numbers (BINS) for the five boroughs

Digitized and Edited complex intersections of street segments and highways of the five boroughs in Citywide Street Center Line database (CSCL)

New York Hall of Science, Queens, NY Summer 2013 Climate Change Research Intern

●Conducted research observations and field investigations on how climate change will impact New York City

●Provided photographs and captions on local sites that embrace climate change impacts toward rising water levels, delays in public transportation, increase in temperature levels, and shutdown of local businesses and recreational activities

●Updated CUSP website link to climate change map

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