Alexa Vlahakis

Alexa Vlahakis works as an Associate Industry Marketing Manager for Esri, supporting conservation and education. She holds a bachelor's of arts degree in communication studies with minors in human relations and mass communication/journalism from the University of Iowa. In her free time, she likes to explore the outdoors, indulge in new experiences, and wind down each day with her fur babies.

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Earth Day 2024: Embracing the 30×30 Initiative

On Earth Day 2024, the focus is on rallying support for the 30x30 initiative and raising awareness about its significance.

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Competition Enables Students to Share Their Geospatial Projects

Students at USC presented their geospatial projects to industry leaders and peers for the chance to win Esri's StoryMaps competition.

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Transferring GIS Skills from College to Career

Ethan Fenelon, geospatial engineering lead at Millennium Geospatial, describes how he grew his GIS skills and shares advice & resources.

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American Prairie Advances Conservation and Restoration With GIS

American Prairie reflects on how GIS improves operational management to support conservation efforts.

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GIS Research Associate Uses GIS to Safeguard Her Community

Gabrielle Abraham, a GIS research associate at Mona GeoInformatics Institute in Jamaica, describes her start in GIS, discusses current projects,

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Leader and Mentor in GIS Offers Real-World Advice to Young Pros

Michael Cousins, GIS Practice Leader with OHM Advisors, shares career experiences and provides advice to young professionals in GIS.

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ArcGIS Hub Supports GIS Education for University Students and Faculty

YoLani Martin shares her journey in using GIS for humanitarian initiatives and career as a geospatial analyst.

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Uganda Wildlife Biologist & Future Change Maker Uses GIS in Conservation Efforts

Drileyo Gilbert provides advice to young professionals about his GIS journey into wildlife conservation.

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Meet the Dangermond Fellows Using GIS for Conservation

Esri and the National Audubon Society have partnered to form the Dangermond Fellowship, supporting young professionals in conservation.

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