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    Posted on March 19, 2012
    GoGeomatics Canada is interviewing Wendy Macisaac of Midwest Surveys Inc. in Calgary, Alberta, about her career and being a female surveyor in a profession long dominated by men. GoGeomatics: We would like to give our readers some background. Let’s start with some basic career history. Could you tell us where you are from and what lead you to a career in Geomatics? Wendy: I am from Riverview, New Brunswick. I studied Environmental Science at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Once I graduated I didn’t have a job lined up in my field, I decided that going to college and taking a trade of some sort might make me...
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    Posted on March 18, 2012
    GoGeomatics:  Escaping the occupational hazards of wildland firefighting, Tracey is currently a GIS Instructor at Selkirk College.  We would like to start by welcoming you to GoGeomatics community! Tracey will be joining the GoGeomatics team as a Guest Blogger.  To get us started can you tell us where you are from and which schools you have attended? Tracey:  I was raised in North Vancouver so it was an easy decision to attend UBC where I completed an undergrad in Natural Resources.  Shortly after that I did a post-grad Advanced Diploma in GIS at BCIT.  Several years later I wanted to learn how to effectively engage a team and so I...
    Welcome Catherine Ennis to the GoGeomatics community! GoGeomatics:  We would like to give our readers some background.  Let's start with some basic career history.  Could you tell us where you are from and what lead you to a career in Geomatics? Catherine:  I am from Greystones, Co. Wicklow, Ireland, I studied Environmental Science in Trinity College Dublin. There I took several modules in GIS which lead me to choose to do a GIS thesis ‘The Application of GIS to Coastal Zone Management in Dublin Bay’. After I graduated I gained some Geomatics work experience with a company called Mallon Technology based in Northern Ireland and...
    GoGeomatics Canada had the privilege of interviewing Jessica Coleby, a Research Analyst at InterStractics.   GoGeomatics: Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did your interest in Geomatics start? Jessica: I currently hold a B.A. in Geographic Analysis and a Master’s of Spatial Analysis from Ryerson University. After graduation I continued my work at a strategic planning consulting firm called InterStratics Consultants Inc. The interest that I have in geomatics started much later than many would guess. It was not until the summer before first year that I even applied to the geographic analysis program. In high school I only took...
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    Posted on March 8, 2012
    GoGeomatics Canada would like to welcome one of their editors, Stephanie Murphy. Stephanie graduated from Ryerson University with a Master of Spatial Analysis degree. She is now back in Ottawa, Ontario and is currently working for the R.C.M.P. as a GIS Analyst.  GoGeomatics: Hi Stephanie. Where are you from and where did you go to school? Stephanie: First, I would like to thank GoGeomatics for giving me this opportunity to share my life/career journey to the GIS community. I was born in Montréal, Québec and I was fortunate enough to have lived in other parts of Canada including Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, and Ontario....