Pat Landrum is the manager of Data Solutions for the San Diego Association of Governments, the metropolitan planning organization for the San Diego region. Landrum leads a team of 12 GIS and data research analysts responsible for the acquisition, development, analysis and dissemination of a wide range of data to support SANDAG's suite of socioeconomic and transportation modeling tools, as well as providing data, analytics and mapping in support of the agency's planning and project delivery goals and objectives. The Data Solutions team is also responsible for hosting the San Diego Regional GIS Data Warehouse, an open data site that provides access to over 300 data layers and GIS services available in the public domain. Landrum has been involved in transportation planning, modeling, GIS, data analytics and project delivery efforts in the San Diego region for over 30 years with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and SANDAG. Landrum and his wife, Beth, are San Diego natives and own a ranch in the mountains in the eastern portion of the county. When he's not working on projects around the ranch, he enjoys spending time surfing, fishing and riding horses.