Margot Bordne

Margot Bordne is an Account Manager on Esri's Global Business Development team and a member of Esri's Racial Equity 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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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Racial Justice at the Esri User Conference 2020

Custom agenda highlighting community events and activities related to diversity, equity, inclusion and racial justice at the Esri UC 2020.

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New Data Collection Available: COVID-19 Health, Racial, and Economic Equity

A new collection of geographic data is available to help guide decisions around health, racial, and economic equity during COVID-19 and beyond.

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Planning a Racially Equitable COVID-19 Recovery

Governments and organizations are moving from response to recovery. Here we describe ways GIS can aid in a racially equitable COVID-19 recovery.

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Community Engagement for Racial Equity During COVID-19

GIS can be used to promote community engagement for racial equity during COVID-19.

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Use ArcGIS Dashboards to Increase Racial Equity in Your COVID-19 Response

Gain guidance to use ArcGIS Dashboards to see racial inequities at a glance and increase racial equity in your COVID-19 response.

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Analyze Racial Inequity During COVID-19

In this article, we will review GIS tools that can be used to analyze racial inequity during COVID-19.

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Racially Equitable COVID-19 Response Using GIS

Racially equitable COVID-19 responses are critical to identifying and supporting the most at risk, and GIS can help.

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Women’s Geospatial Forum Now On GeoNet

We are excited to announce one of the newest communities on GeoNet: The Women's Geospatial Forum.

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