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Tuesday, September 9 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Contributions of GIS to Community Success

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The foundation of happy communities is built upon quality of life. Many community organizations work to improve the health, safety, housing, access, and equity of their member communities. A well-planned and managed transportation infrastructure is key to a diverse, successful community. This session will show how GIS can be utilized to benefit community organizations and show-case the use of GIS in transportation planning.

  • Geographic Information Needs for Community Sustainability Initiatives
    Sungsoon Hwang, DePaul University, Chicago, IL
  • Multi- Modal Regional Thoroughfare Analysis
    Annie McCabe, Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, Columbus, OH
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Mark Sievers, AICP

Mark Sievers is the Quality Assurance Director at Data Transfer Solutions, LLC. He has 29 years of planning experience in the public and private sectors. He served as the first and long-time manager of the Central Florida GIS (CFGIS) initiative, a multi-faceted 10-county collaborative... Read More →


Sungsoon Hwang

Associate Professor, DePaul University
Sungsoon Hwang is an Associate Professor of Geography at DePaul University. She had a BA in Geographic Education from Seoul National University (South Korea), a MSc in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) from University of Nottingham (UK), and a PhD in Geography from State University... Read More →
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Annie McCabe

GIS Specialist III, Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission
Annie McCabe is a GIS Specialist for the Mid- Ohio Regional Planning Commission. She is the GIS analyst for a variety of projects including sustainable growth planning, active transportation planning, and thoroughfare analysis. She is and member of Ohio URISA and a graduate of The... Read More →

Tuesday September 9, 2014 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Grand Ballroom B

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