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Unformatted text preview: ermediate and advanced GIS skills clearly, with minimal jargon and maximum time using the software.
Throughout my career using GIS, I have never strayed far from my roots in urban and regional planning and
this combination of experience is what I am excited to share with you.
A little about my background: my formal training is in environmental planning and urban design (B.S., Rutgers
University) as well as regional planning and New Urbanism (Masters, University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill). In the 1990s, I served two rapidly-growing North Carolina municipalities in a dual role as town planner
and GIS coordinator (the latter being a role I created for both towns), so I am equally conversant in the
language of both disciplines. From 1996 - 2000, I served as Senior Town Planner for Huntersville, North
Carolina - the fastest-growing town of its size in the state at the time. The New Urbanist principles
mandated by the Town’s development regulations applied to both greenﬁeld and in...
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2014 for the course POLS 103 taught by Professor Christensen during the Summer '08 term at San Jose State.
- Summer '08