Rhonda Houser

Rhonda Houser has worked in GIS for local and state government and higher education over the last 17 years and still loves it. She thrives (or survives) on the ever-changing nature of the field, its problem solving (both big and small), and the variety of skills it requires. Houser enjoys working with tea-stained maps that have stories to tell and finds the landscape represented by geospatial data—whether satellite imagery or geology data—to be beautiful. She holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies from the University of Kansas and a master’s degree in environmental science from Virginia Commonwealth University. In 2014, she obtained certification as a Geographic Information Systems Professional (GISP).

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Going with the Flow to Map Routes

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