ArcGIS StoryMaps

StoryMaps Live! Episode:6

Join us on Wednesday, July 29th, at 2pm Eastern for the next edition of StoryMaps Live.


To attend the webinar, register here.


Our featured storytellers: John Nerge and Chanté Mitchell


John Nerge is the GIS Coordinator for the City of Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. Based in the IT division, John works will all city departments, empowering their business decisions with spatial and data analysis, cartography and storytelling, and platform integration. He also curates the city’s collection of public web and story maps. John holds a BA in Geography from Carthage College, has been a certified GISP since 2015, and currently serves on the board of directors for the MN GIS/LIS Consortium, a statewide, multi-industry community of GIS professionals. In his spare time, John enjoys volunteering as a GeoMentor, teaching middle and high school students and teachers about the power (and existence) of GIS.









Chanté Mitchell currently is the Management System Coordinator for the City of Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. Chanté works hand in hand with the City Manager and Assistant City Manager in the overall development and monitoring of Brooklyn Park’s management system. Chanté focuses on the implementation and oversight of the Brooklyn Park 2025 Community Plan and individual department strategic plans (goals, strategies, projects and performance measures). Chanté is from Topeka, KS and received her BA in Communication from Washburn University in 2015 and received her MPA from the University of Kansas in 2018. Prior to starting her role with Brooklyn Park, Chanté previously worked in two different nationally recognized fellowship roles for future local government leaders serving the City of Edina, MN and the City of San Antonio, TX.





About the author

Ross Donihue is a cartographer and product engineer on Esri's StoryMaps team. He uses place-based storytelling to engage users through beautiful, informative, and inspiring cartography. When he's not making maps he's likely carving a spoon, making photos, or dreaming of mountains and fermentation.


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