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Monday, October 19 • 7:30pm - 9:00pm
GISPro & NWGIS 2015 IGNITE- AICP/CM Approved 1.5

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What is an Ignite Event? Ignite is a presentation style limited to 5 minutes (20 slides auto-advanced at 15 seconds each). Presenters do not have control of the advancement of slides and must tune their presentation to that timing. 

Following is a preliminary list of 'lightning talks'. We'd like more! If you are interested in presenting in this educational and entertaining evening session, please send an email to Pat Francis with a brief description.

  • Spiderwebs and the GIS Management Institute
    Allen Ibaugh, AICP, GISP, Data Transfer Solutions, Orlando, FL
  •  Contributing to Open Street Map Using Field Papers in Tanzania
    Emmor Nile, GISP, Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem, OR
  • Geospatial Crowd Sourcing Site Evaluation for Non Profit Public Outreach
    Nicholas LaRue, HDR Engineering, Portland, OR
  • Modeling Erosion Potential Along Trails Using LiDAR
    Holly Eagleston, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
  • Geography as an Educational Foundation
    Cy Smith, GISP, Oregon Department of Administrative Services, Salem, OR
  • Mobile Voter Line Wait:  A Story of Citizen Engagement, Partnerships and Panic! 
    Kevin Brown, GISi, Birmingham, AL
  • GIS Training: Taking our classroom into the community
    Marilyn Nielson and Dave Stasney, Spokane Community College, Spokane, WA
  • Mapping Mangroves and Coastal Wetlands
    Chris Dubia, MapWorks Learning, Falls Church, VA
  • Mapping Nahiku History
    Dawn Dionne, TerraMapping LLC, Hayden, ID
  • Participating in the ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World
    Seth Sarakaitis, Esri, Redlands, CA
  • Young Professionals Making an Impact in URISA
    Kari Chael, CDMSmith, Chicago, IL
  • GIS Pros Can Affect and are Affected by Public Policy Issues
    Bruce Joffe, GISP, GIS Consultants, Piedmont, CA

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Carl Anderson, GISP

Senior Solutions Architect, New Light Technologies
Carl Anderson, GISP supports Federal, State, Local and Private partners with geospatial needs. he is a former URISA President and has 30+ years of geospatial experience.
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Keri Brennan, GISP ENP

GIS Consultant and President, Benchmark Geospatial LLC
Keri Brennan, GISP, ENP is a senior-level GIS Consultant and President of Benchmark Geospatial.  Keri has over 27 years of GIS experience as a consultant, trainer, and product manager with a focus on providing solutions to local, state, and federal governments, especially in the... Read More →
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Hilary Perkins, GISP

Comprehensive Planner, City of Maryland Heights
Hilary has over 20 years experience working with GIS in both the public and private sector.  She is currently the Comprehensive Planner for the City of Maryland Heights, Missouri. Her previous GIS and planning work in transportation, environmental, urban planning, and community development... Read More →

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Kevin Brown

State & Local Account Manager, GISi
Kevin Brown is a State and Local Account Manager for GISi, an Esri Platinum Partner. He is located San Francisco, California.
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Kari Chael

GIS Specialist, CDM Smith
I am on the Vanguard Cabinet, Mentoring Committee and GIS-Pro Conference Planning Committee. Come talk to me about joining the URISA VC Mentoring Program as a mentor or mentee!
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Dawn Dionne

Owner, TerraMapping LLC
As a life long resident of the Pacific NW, I have had the opportunity to work with some of the largest Trimble and ESRI dealers and their wide variety of customers and GIS needs. My formal education is in Civil Engineering. It served to parlay me into GPS Survey and Mapping applications... Read More →
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Chris Dubia

Co Founder & Chief of Innovation, MapWorks Learning
Building communities to address the SDGs, OER, Open Communities, Geo & Crowdlearning
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Holly Eagleston

PhD Candidate, Virginia Tech
Holly Eagleston is a PhD Candidate at Virginia Tech in the Geospatial and Environmental Analysis program. She has been researching environmental impacts to protected natural areas using GIS and LiDAR technology. Holly has worked for Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Geological Society... Read More →
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Allen Ibaugh, AICP, GISP

President, Data Transfer Solutions
Will submit at later date
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Bruce Joffe, GISP

Retired GIS Professional, Living the Good LIfe
Founding Principal of GIS Consultants, Bruce has been providing GIS planning and implementation management services, public policy formulation, and organizational therapy to cities, counties, and utility companies for over 40 years.Bruce was Chair of URISA's Policy Advisory Committee... Read More →
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Cy Smith, GISP

Enterprise Information Services, Oregon Geospatial Enterprise Office

Emmor Nile, GISP

Emmor has been the GIS Coordinator at the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) since 1995. He worked for five years as a Senior GIS Analyst for VESTRA Resources in Redding CA. Emmor was the Research Forester for the Western Samoa Division of Forestry for two years as a Peace Corps... Read More →
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Nick LaRue

GIS Analyst II, HDR Engineering
Nick LaRue is a GIS Analyst with HDR Inc. providing desktop and field support to projects in transportation, power transmission and environmental disciplines. He’s had his nose in something geospatial for the last 13 years trapping and mapping invasive insects, working in production... Read More →
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Marilyn Nielson

Faculty, Spokane Community College
As part of the Environmental Sciences Department at Spokane Community College, Marilyn teaches introductory and advanced courses in GIS to students in the Water Resources and Natural Resources programs. These courses focus on attaining proficiency in an applied setting and emphasize... Read More →
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Seth Sarakaitis

Seth Sarakaitis joined Esri’s Redlands, California, headquarters as a project manager in Esri’s Professional Services division On the Utility Team in 2007. In 2010 Mr. Sarakaitis began working with on Esri’s Community Maps Program as a project manager, consultant and training... Read More →

David Stasney

Instructor, Spokane Community College

Monday October 19, 2015 7:30pm - 9:00pm PDT
Birch Ballroom

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