Citabria Stevens
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Citabria Stevens is the senior editor of Esri's ArcNews magazine. She helps users from all over the world tell compelling stories about how they employ Esri technology in innovative ways and ensures that readers stay well informed about ArcGIS solutions. Citabria began her career as a journalist at CNN before moving into the fields of international development and geopolitics. She holds a BS in communications and journalism from New York University and a dual MA/MSc in international history from Columbia University and the London School of Economics.

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A New Network for Budding GIS Professionals

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An Exceptional “Normal” Person Changing the World

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She Sees a Better World

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Using Configurations Speeds Rescues and Damage Reports

New Bern, North Carolina used ArcGIS field apps to coordinate water rescues during Hurricane Florence and document damage to speed relief funds.

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It’s Elemental: Organizations Apply Geography to Fire, Water, Earth, and Air

How do firefighters in Australia use web maps to prevent and fight bushfires? How does a seed company use the analytical power of web GIS...

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Smart GIS Gives Rise to a Smarter, Safer World

The theme of this year's Esri User Conference was GIS—Enabling a Smarter World. From Lilian P. Coral with the City of Los Angeles...

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The Science of Where Comes to Life at the Esri User Conference

Taylor Shellfish Farms of Shelton, Washington, takes The Science of Where to the tidal flats of Puget Sound to sustainably produce...

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The GIS Community Steps Up

Attendees at the 2018 Esri User Conference saw inspiring examples of how organizations use GIS to protect precious natural resources...

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Empowering Women’s Voices at Esri and Beyond

WeCan organization put on a panel on Women in GIS at Esri User Conference.

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