Mary "Missy" Valentino, GISP, GIS Specialist IV, joined CGIS in 2002 as a Senior GIS Technician. She serves as technical lead for data and mapping projects and supports GIS database development and analysis, and map design and production. Her work on the Maryland Broadband Mapping Initiative includes developing an online extract, transfer, and load data tool to prepare broadband provider data for submission to the National Telecommunications Information Administration (NTIA), and developing the Community Anchor Institution (CAI) database of broadband service at predefined community anchor facility types. She also serves as the project manager for the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future project, recently coordinating the workflow to migrate the Maryland Food System Map application to Cloud hosting. Most recently, Missy began working with the Towson University Facilities Management Department to implement GIS, develop a database utilizing facilities data standards, and coordinate the development of a facilities mapping application. Previous projects include the Regional Catastrophic Preparedness Grant Program project with the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security, United States Geological Survey (USGS) Cooperative Agreement Program grants to inventory and collect relevant data for Maryland and the National Capitol Region to be contributed to The National Map, the USGS 50 States Initiative for statewide GIS coordination, periodic updates to Maryland Emergency Management's Hazard Analysis and Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment, the Maryland Department of the Environment Dam Safety Program, and several Towson University projects. She previously served as metadata administrator for the Maryland Mapping Resource Guide. Ms. Valentino earned a B.S. in Environmental Science and Studies with a minor in Geography and Environmental Planning at Towson University, and is pursuing an MA in Geography and Environmental Planning at Towson University.