Natalie Carter has been at Esri for seven years and in an account management role for the last few months. She has an MBA with an emphasis in GIS from the University of Redlands. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, stepson, and their three dogs.
Keith Cooke is an Esri account executive working with local governments. He has been a GIS professional since 1994 and has worked for planning and community development agencies at the regional and local level in Alabama and North Carolina.
Amber Knapp innovates state government agencies through the use of smart government and geospatial technologies at Esri. Before joining Esri, Knapp was the GIS director for Cook County in Chicago, Illinois.
William Meyers is a solution engineer who inspires local governments to do amazing things with The Science of Where, with more than 14 years of professional consulting experience working for government and private clients.
Alessandra Millican is an account executive and manages Esri's renewable energy industry. She received geosciences and business degrees from the University of Texas and has worked in multiple sectors of the energy industry. She loves to backcountry camp in US National Parks and travel the world.
Joanna Nishimura is a solution engineer based out of Sacramento, California. She specializes in working with local governments. Her first introduction to GIS was while working as an environmental scientist, and she immediately fell in love with the discipline.
Zena Pelletier is a solution engineer on the state and local government team out of the San Antonio regional office. She works with local governments to make full use of Esri software and technology, helping users deploy solutions to meet their business needs and objectives.
John Ruffing is the Esri account manager for Oregon and Idaho local government. He is passionate about evangelizing GIS and the solutions the Esri platform can bring organizations for their business needs.
Sarah Schrader is based out of the Esri Minneapolis regional office where she collaborates with local government agencies across the Midwest to craft a geospatial strategy that supports their business needs.
Tom Schwartzman joined Esri in 1992 after his graduate studies in natural resources at Cornell. He has spent most of his time as a solution engineer in Esri's Boston regional office, with a three-year hiatus to work at Esri UK.