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Monday, September 30 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Addressing How We Are Alike and Different for a Better NextGen 911 (Chapter IV A New Hope) - AICP/CM Approved 1.0

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We all like to think we are unique, but through increasing opportunities to collaborate with other organizations, we are discovering that we are more alike than we thought. This panel includes GIS professionals from two large counties who will share their experience in building enterprise-wide addressing GIS datasets.

Panelists
Sheila Steffenson, CEO, 1Spatial Inc., Tysons, VA
Tom P. Fisher, GISP, GIS Director, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, OH
Steven J. Steinberg, GISP, Geographic Information Officer, Los Angeles County/Internal Services Department, Los Angeles, CA
Rachel Rodriguez, GISP, Senior GIS Analyst/CAMS Coordinator, Los Angeles County/Internal Services Department, Los Angeles, CA




Moderators
avatar for Martha Wells, GISP

Martha Wells, GISP

Principal, Spatial Focus LLC
Addressing professional, co-author of Federal Address Data Standard, background in urban planning, GIS, land records/cadastre, and addressing systems.  I have worked in the United States, and internationally over the past 40+ years, and have been a URISA member and volunteer since... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Steve Steinberg, GISP

Dr. Steve Steinberg, GISP

Geographic Information Officer, Los Angeles County, Internal Services Department
Dr. Steve Steinberg is the Geographic Information Officer for Los Angeles County California. A self-titled geospatial evangelist, he is passionate about applying GIS to solve real-world problems.
avatar for Tom Fisher, AICP, GISP

Tom Fisher, AICP, GISP

Enterprise Geospatial Technologies Administrator, Cuyahoga County
With over twenty-five years of experience in the private and public sectors of Information Technology, Geographic Information Systems, and Planning, Tom Fisher currently holds the position of Enterprise Geospatial Technologies Administrator within the Information Technology Department... Read More →
avatar for Rachel Marquez, GISP

Rachel Marquez, GISP

GIS Analyst, Los Angeles County Internal Services Department
avatar for Sheila Steffenson

Sheila Steffenson

CEO, 1Spatial Inc
Ms. Steffenson is highly experienced GIS and Data Management specialist with over 33 years experience in the GIS industry (both in the public and private sectors). The majority of her career (23 Years) was spent with Esri, starting as a trainer and technical resource, then moving... Read More →



Monday September 30, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Salon 24, 1st Floor