ArcGIS StoryMaps

ArcGIS StoryMaps Live! Episode 14

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Join us for our newest installation of ArcGIS StoryMaps Live on Thursday, May 12th, at 1:00 pm Eastern! 


In this episode of ArcGIS StoryMaps Live: Combining Data Visualization and Storytelling, learn how Esri employees use data visualization and GIS tools in their stories. See how you can integrate ArcGIS maps and apps in your stories to create engaging content.


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Our featured panelists: Diana Lavery, Warren Davison, and Liz Todd (moderator)



Diana Lavery, Senior Product Engineer, ArcGIS Living Atlas (she/her)

Diana loves working with data! She has over a decade of experience as a practitioner of demography, sociology, economics, policy analysis, and GIS. Diana holds a BA in quantitative economics and an MA in applied demography. She is a senior product engineer on ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World’s Policy Maps team. Diana enjoys strong coffee and clean datasets, usually simultaneously.

Read some of Diana’s work: 

Diana’s blog posts

Women in National Parliaments (story) 




Warren Davison, Product Engineer, ArcGIS Insights (he/his)

Warren is a Product Engineer on the ArcGIS Insights team out of Esri’s Research and Development Centre in Ottawa, Canada. He enjoys exploring, visualizing, and creating immersive stories with data. Outside of work, he enjoys illustration, even more cartography, backcountry canoe camping, and cycling around town with kids piled in his cargo bike (affectionately named the “Land Canoe”).

Read some of Warren’s work: 

Warren’s blog posts

Where do they go? (story) 




Liz Todd (moderator), Multimedia Specialist, StoryMaps (she/her)

Liz Todd is a multimedia specialist and product engineer on Esri’s ArcGIS StoryMaps team. She specializes in place-based storytelling and participatory GIS, with a focus on leveraging GIS for equity and social justice. Liz also co-leads Prism, an employee community focused on increasing representation, inclusion, and belonging for LGBTQIA+ individuals in GIS. When not at work she usually can be found climbing, reading a good book, or off in search of rocks/fossils to add to her far too large collection.

Read some of Liz’s work: 

Liz’s blog posts

Birdability (story) 

About the author

Amelia Semprebon

Amelia is a community specialist and product engineer on Esri's StoryMaps team. When she's not wrangling social media analytics and content, she's likely playing with her dog or yelling at her favorite sports teams.

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