10 Question GeoGeek Rapidfire – Ted Florence @Avenza

Ted Florence is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Avenza Systems and directs the company in coming up with innovative solutions to the problems that plague the map-makers and map users of the 21st century. He is a professional engineer, who spent seven years as an international executive for a major pharmaceutical company followed by two years in the toy industry before joining Avenza in 1997 as an investor and vice-president.
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10 Question GeoGeek Rapidfire – Lowell Ballard @lowellbva

Time once again for another GeoGeek rapid fire, this time I have Lowell Ballard,  Director of Geospatial Technology at Timmons Group where his role is to provide overall leadership and strategic direction for some ~100 GIS professionals.  Ballard also works very closely on Strategic Planning projects with clients helping them to mature through GIS programs with the critical elements of a highly-functioning program including people, data and overall governance. Continue reading “10 Question GeoGeek Rapidfire – Lowell Ballard @lowellbva”

10 Question GeoGeek Rapidfire – Scott Carter @ScottCarterGIS

Once again, time for another GeoGeek rapid fire, this time I have Scott Carter, Creative Director, Creative Map Solutions, Firestone CO. A great connection and go-to guy for all things about Geo Data, webmapping, and GeoTech in Colorado. Continue reading “10 Question GeoGeek Rapidfire – Scott Carter @ScottCarterGIS”

10 Question GeoGeek Rapidfire – Joseph Kerski @josephkerski

If you’ve ever attended the annual ESRIUC and stopped by the Education Island or attended a local Esri Educational event you may have met Joseph Kerski – and if you did, you definitely would remember him! Joseph is the ultimate GIS / Geography enthusiast and a very vocal and passionate evangelist. I’ve known Joseph for many years now, perhaps dating back to around 2001 and I’m pleased to share this Q&A so you can get to know him a little better. I credit him with inspiring me to get involved in GISDay and even address my daughter’s class a few years ago. Continue reading “10 Question GeoGeek Rapidfire – Joseph Kerski @josephkerski”

10 Question GeoGeek Rapidfire – Bill Dollins @billdollins

Once again, time for another GeoGeek rapid fire, this time I have Bill Dollins, popular GeoGeek, GeoTech Community builder, and Geo professional. Bill is well known within the Geo Circles as a Partner, Senior Vice President with Zekiah Technologies, Inc. in Maryland. Dollins is also involved as a member of the Maryland Council on Open Data and is definitely considered as a “go to” guy for all things GeoTech and Geo Geeky in the DC area – Oh, and he also blogs from his GeoMusings blog

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10 Question GeoGeek Rapidfire – Dawn Wright @DeepseaDawn

Here we go with another installment of 10 questions.  Dawn Wright was appointed Chief Scientist of Esri in October 2011 after 17 years as a professor of geography and oceanography at Oregon State University. Continue reading “10 Question GeoGeek Rapidfire – Dawn Wright @DeepseaDawn”

10 Question GeoGeek Rapidfire – Gary Gale @vicchi

Once again, time for another GeoGeek rapid fire, this time I have Gary Gale, formerly of The Ordnance Survey and now of What3Words fame! A self-professed map addict, Gary has worked in the mapping and location space for over 20 years through a combination of luck and occasional good judgement. He is CTO of what3words, one of London’s hottest startups, on a mission to revolutionise the world’s address systems. A Fellow of the RGS, he tweets about maps, writes about them and even makes them.

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