Christina L. Bell, GIS Specialist I, joined CGIS in 2008. Her technical work on the data team includes GIS database development, GIS analysis, map development, and documentation. She also assists the application development team with documentation, testing, and user support. For the Maryland Broadband Mapping Initiative, she compiles and analyzes data from broadband service providers and state speed test data to create ArcGIS Server map services, assists with creating geoprocessing tools, and assists with improving the Community Anchor Institution data collection. She serves as liaison for CGIS with the Maryland Department of Transportation Office of Real Estate on a range of GIS and mapping services, and she collects and prepares data for Maryland Transit Administration's bus and train maintenance facilities. For the Maryland Statewide Addressing Initiative, she coordinates collection of centerline street data from Maryland counties and maintains the Maryland Statewide Geo-locator. She previously created map services for Johns Hopkins University's Center for a Livable Future Food System Map web application. Her mapping projects include TU Shuttle route maps, annual updates to the Maryland Humanities Council events map, and a major update to the Greater Towson Council of Community Associations member map. For the Natural Resources Defense Council, she created a map of drinking water service areas in the DC Metro region and also worked on a data mining project of the George Washington National Forest. She coordinates GIS Day outreach to K-12 students and assists with preparing class materials. Ms. Bell earned her BA in Environmental Studies with a minor in Anthropology (Summa cum laude) at Washington College, and she is currently pursuing her MS in Social Sciences at Towson University, and she is completing requirements for GISP certification.