University Education:

University of Redlands

  • Master of Science in GIS
  • Program completed August of 2014

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University of Maryland, College Park

  • Bachelor of Science in Geography: GIS
  • Degree received December of 2011

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Galvanize, Boulder

  • Immersive Full Stack Web Development Course
  • Completed July of 2017

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University of Colorado, Boulder

  • Colorado Ecosystems Field Study Course
  • Summer of 2010

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University of Sydney, Australia

  • Study Abroad Program in Urban Planning
  • Spring 2008

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Spoken Languages:

  • Bilingual: fluent in English and Spanish

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  • Projects



  • ClimaPARK provides a weather-friendly parking search engine and reservation utility to users. Parking search criteria includes user’s destination, desired date and time of parking, duration of parking and current weather at destination. Project utilizes a user’s location, geographic parking data and current climate data.

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  • Classifieds

  • Classifieds HerokuApp

  • Web application built with Angular 1.6 framework with full CRUD functionality (Create, Read, Update, Destroy). Website built along with a server side, built with Node, Express, PostgreSQL and RESTful design. For this app, the resources are classified ads consisting of text and photos that can be edited, removed or recreated dynamically. A minimalistic styling approach was used to make classifieds content stand out as it was modified or when new content was posted.

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  • Computer Skills


    Programming Languages, Web Markup and Styling

    Platforms, SDK's, API's, frameworks

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  • Work Experience:


    • GIS Specialist Intern at Department of Environmental Resources

    • Worked alongside GIS department manager Chris Starbird to learn the latest workflows for ArcGIS10.2 and production GIS. Created cartographic, mobile-mapping and graphics products for biologists, environmental scientists, archeologist and clients. Learned how to configure and operate a sub-meter GPS unit for use in the field for data collection.

    • October 2014 to February 2015

    • Irvine, California

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    National Defense University (NDU)

    • Research Intern at Center for Hemispherical Defense Studies (CHDS)

    • Worked alongside professor of National Security Luis Kun (PhD) at CHDS in NDU. Contributed to project titled: “Arsenic contamination in the Water Infrastructure in California from a February 2013 Report” Collected data, created geo-database and developed cartographic graphics using ArcCatalog and ArcMap 10.0 for Texas and California.

    • Outcome Publication:

    • “The arsenic threat: inter-dependencies of water, agriculture, food supply, public health and energy critical infrastructure” Authors as listed in publication: Luis Kun & B. Linkous & C. Gibson & N. Roldos Journal of Health and Technology, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heclasselberg. Published: August 7th 2014

    • June 2013 through August 2013

    • Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington DC

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    TRC Solutions:

    • Distribution Systems Analyst

    • Data collection and geo-referencing for Pepco electrical distribution systems in Washington D.C. and Maryland. Input of geo-referenced data in ArcFM Desktop Pepco portal; data collected with ArcFM iPad application. Updated and manipulated overhead circuit designs for PHI (Pepco Holdings Incorporated). Produced cartographic products and cost estimates for PHI SAIFI (System Average Interruption Frequency Index). Collaborated with project managers, electrical field engineers, DC Department of Transportation (DDOT) and PHI.

    • February 2012 to February 2013

    • Vienna, VA | NYSE: TRR

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    Volunteer Experience:

    US DOE Solar Decathlon: University of Maryland Team 2007 and 2011

    • Tour guide and team member: Team (L.E.A.F. Leading Everyone to an Abundant Future)

    • Provided tours of US DOE Solar Decathlon net-zero energy solar powered house which won second place for University of Maryland overall in international competition for 2007. Provided information and marketing materials for scaled apartment and small home design and constuction services. Provided information on house layout, photovoltaic technology, solor hot water tubes, battery power storage, interior and exterior design and University of Marylands mission for the future of

    • Project Manual Editor, construction vounteer and WaterShed house team member: Team WaterShed

    • Created and edited documentation of grid-tie system for photovoltaic panels (solar panels) for team WaterShed for University of Maryland. Team WaterShed won the overall international, US DOE sponsored, Solar Decathlon competition for 2011 held on Washington D.C. National Mall. Learned Masterformat for professional construction and engineering documents.

      Shared my own ideas for lighting design with Architects on lighting-team and Engineers on electrical-team.

      Dug parts of foundatation and volunteered to set up construction site on University of Maryland, College Park campus. Participated in team WaterShed solar house design and construction meetings. Attended all OSHA safety trainings and cerification (OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration)

    • October 2014 to February 2015

    • Univeristy of Maryland, College Rark, Maryland

    • National Mall, Washington D.C.

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