Ruth McColly, GISP

Senior GIS Analyst

Ruth has 12 years of experience in the geospatial field. Her expertise is understanding and implementing full life-cycle GIS projects, such as converting paper records to GIS data or creating beautiful custom Web mapping applications.

Ruth’s GIS capabilities include geospatial analysis and modeling, data management and visualization, spatial database and geodatabase design and management, and cartography. She has experience developing Web applications, as well as managing ArcGIS Enterprise. She also has considerable experience with asset management and integrating utility datasets, as well as document management. Outside the office, Ruth enjoys anything outdoors, wine tasting, playing golf with her husband, and going on adventures with their dog.

Education and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science in Anthropology, University of Idaho

Master of Advanced Study in GIS, Arizona State University

Certified GIS Professional, GIS Certification Institute

GIS Certificate, University of Idaho

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