Where are you from and where do you live now? I’m from the small town (population ~2,000) of Winneconne, Wisconsin. I moved to Portland in 2015. What do you do at FLO? Generally, I categorize my work as population geography—applied studies of population with an emphasis on spatial patterns of population characteristics. In other words,…Grant Herbert, GISP
Where are you from and where do you live now? I am from the small town of Gardiner, Maine, and after living in Massachusetts for a decade, I moved back to Maine to the small town of Rockland! Rockland is on the coast between Portland and Acadia and is the home of the Maine Lobster…McKay Larrabee
Where are you from and where do you live now? I grew up in Hawaii and then moved to Washington state. I now live in northern California outside of Sacramento. What do you do at FLO? I aim to help streamline our processes, operations, and systems. What’s rewarding about your job? Being able to see…Tyler Vick
In honor of Pride Month, FLO is recognizing influential LGBTQ+ leaders in the sciences. Explore the biographies and resources we’ve gathered to learn more about the life and work of these four incredible people. This blog post was written by Jessica Letteney, technical editor at FLO’s parent company, Maul Foster & Alongi. Rachel Carson American…Leora Werner
Results for "Local Government"
The ACLU of New Hampshire hired FLO to analyze redistricting maps proposed by the state legislature. The FLO team reviewed election returns to calculate the partisan leaning of each ward in the state and assess the overall leanings of proposed...Tyler Vick
Since 1985, Public Service Recognition Week has been observed during the first week of May. The week is dedicated to recognizing the people who serve our nation as federal, state, county, local, and tribal government employees. Our team has...Leora Werner
When people think about redistricting, the first thing that comes to mind is usually congressional districts. However, many local government agencies are also required to reapportion their voting districts every ten years. Due to challenges...Kimi Shigetani