Christina began her work with the Center for GIS (CGIS) in 2008. She performs GIS data analysis; map development and creation; and GIS curriculum development.
Recent efforts include data analysis and development in support of the Maryland Defense Network, creation of training materials for Maryland's Statewide GIS Training program, automation of centerline data updates as part of the Maryland Statewide Addressing Initiative, and collection and mapping of environmental and safety features for the Maryland Transit Administration’s TIGERS (Transit Integrated Environmental Reporting System) internal application.
Christina holds a B.S. in environmental studies from Washington College and is currently pursuing a M.S. in social science at Towson University.
Outside of work, Christina stays quite active by hiking, running, cooking, and practicing yoga.
What are two apps she can’t live without? Waze and Map My Run
Read Christina's blog posts at EngageTU.com.