Diana provides oversight on technical workflows for GIS-based projects in the transportation planning, landscape architecture and federal planning departments at KTUA. Her deep understanding of concepts and theories of geography, applications of GIS (vector and raster approaches) and statistical analysis (both spatial and non-spatial) enhance her ability to develop new methodologies and modeling approaches for active transportation planning. Diana earned a M.S. in GIScience from San Diego State University, and a B.A. in Geography from Clark University. Her previous work experience focused on the support of Environmental Impact Assessments in the Southern California region, with an emphasis on Solar and Wind projects. She speaks frequently at the ESRI User Conference in San Diego on the application of GIS technologies for transportation, land use and environmental projects.
Masters of Science, GIScience, San Diego State University, 2010; Bachelors of Arts, Geography, Clark University, 2008
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