Ashley Lesh Buzzeo, Project Manager, joined CGIS in 2002 as a Student Research Assistant. She manages the CGIS technical role in the Maryland Governor's Office MD iMap Initiative and serves actively on the State's Technical Committee for MD iMap. She assumed an energetic lead role in Maryland's ground-breaking Centerline and Addressing Initiatives and continues to serve on the project in its current phase to develop a unified address point database. She currently directs technical work and online tool development for the Community Anchor Institution data component of the Maryland Broadband Data Development and Mapping Initiative, and the Maryland GIS Inventory project. She chairs the Data and Resource Subcommittee for MSGIC, the Maryland State Geographic Information Committee. She previously coordinated annual outreach for GIS Day and Geography Week in public primary and secondary schools, and is currently developing presentations for high school STEM programs that include GIS. She is Adjunct Faculty at Community College of Baltimore County, Catonsville, where she teaches Introduction to Physical Geography and Advanced Geospatial Applications courses, and Towson University, where she teaches Introduction to GIS. Throughout her tenure at CGIS, Ms. Buzzeo has excelled at bringing data, people, and technology together for holistic, creative solutions. In March 2011 she received an award for Outstanding Contribution to GIS in Maryland at the annual TUgis conference, and she was nominated by her peers for a Daily Record "20 in their 20s" award. She earned her MS in Geography and Environmental Planning and her BA in Geography and Environmental Planning (cum laude) at Towson University and is completing requirements for GISP certification.