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David Palomino

David Palomino

M.A., 2006, Geographic Information Science
Current Position: Administrative Analysts III, County of San Diego
Website: http://www.livewellsd.org/

Supervisory role with the County of San Diego's Live Well San Diego Team. Manages the data team in updating and giving presentations on demographic data as pertaining to health, safety/crime, and thriving opportunities.


Stuart Phinn

Stuart Phinn

Ph.D., 1997, Remote Sensing
Current Position: Professor of Geography, The University of Queensland, Earth Observation Australia
Website: http://www.uq.edu.au, https://www.eoa.org.au

I’m a professor of Geography at the University of Queensland where I teach remote sensing and direct the Remote Sensing Research Centre Leave geography site, which includes programs recognised as world’s best practice, to support government agencies across Australia Leave geography site using EO data. My research and teaching interests use airborne and satellite data sets for measuring and monitoring environmental changes and publishing/sharing ecosystem data. This work is done in collaboration with other environmental scientists, government environmental management agencies, NGO’s and private companies.

I currently live in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia


Audrey Porcella

Audrey Porcella

M.A., 2012, Urban Geography
Current Position: Regional Planner, San Diego Association of Governments

I support transportation planning efforts that seek to enhance regional mobility (including the mobility of the elderly and disabled), encourage smart growth and transit-oriented development, and promote sustainability. I also administer two specialized transportation grant programs.


Jeff Rose

Jeff Rose

M.A., 2006, Human and Environmental
Current Position: Asst. Professor of Parks, Recreation, Tourism, University of Utah

I teach and conduct research in the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism at the University of Utah. My research uses qualitative and spatial methods to examine systemic inequities expressed through class, race, political economy, and relationships to nature. I use this justice-focused lens to study homelessness in parks, socioecological systems, outdoor education, and place attachment in protected areas.