Margot Bordne

Margot Bordne is an account manager on Esri's Global Business Development team. Margot supports organizations across industries who leverage GIS to improve their operations and decision making capabilities, with a focus on the use of GIS for advancing equity and social justice. Margot also founded and leads Esri's Women's Enablement & Career Advancement Network (WeCan) and is currently working toward a Master's Degree in Diversity & Inclusion Leadership at Tufts University.

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Territorial Empathy Maps Racial Inequality to Take Action

Territorial Empathy uses smart maps to point the way toward social justice and a deeper understanding of others.

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Geography Brings Equity and Social Justice into Focus in King County

The King County GIS Center helps all government departments with mapping needs and in examining equity.

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Maps and Data Strengthen Calls for Housing Equity in Houston

Texas Housers examines racial equity to deliver equitable housing in Houston.

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Maps Show the Real Picture of Race and Equity in Oakland

With a rich history in civic activism, Oakland now uses a geographic lens to expose and address ongoing racial inequities.

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New York Uses Maps to Advocate for Justice in Driver’s License Suspensions

Maps that convey the pain of cycles of poverty and punishment are central to an advocacy effort that led to legislation in New York State.

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California’s Water Crisis Hits Farmworkers Hardest, Maps Call Attention

Tulare County, California, used GIS to understand who lives without drinkable water, addressing infrastructure inequities.

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