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Kellee Koenig

Senior GIS Manager, Cartographer, Moore Center for Science

Location
U.S. (Arlington)
Languages
English
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Kellee Koenig

Senior GIS Manager, Cartographer, Moore Center for Science

Kellee Koenig’s role at Conservation International focuses on the cartographic production of high-level map products, GIS, cartographic training and support, and spatial data management. Kellee has produced over 1,000 maps to date, which are used for scientific publications, communications materials, presentations, and proposals.
Kellee Koenig is the GIS Manager and Cartographer at Conservation International. Her role focuses on the cartographic production of high-level map products, GIS and cartographic training and support, and spatial data management.  The over 1,000 maps produced to date by Miss Koenig are used for scientific publications, communications materials, presentations, and proposals. She garnered an award in 2007 from the Cartographic Special Interest Group at the Esri International Users Conference for her map of global loggerhead sea turtle nesting beaches. A native of Costa Mesa, California, Miss Koenig studied Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at Brigham Young University. Prior to joining CI in 2004, she interned in the Maps Division at National Geographic while they were working on the 8th edition of the World Atlas.
Kellee Koenig is the GIS Manager and Cartographer at Conservation International. Her role focuses on the cartographic production of high-level map products, GIS and cartographic training and support, and spatial data management.  The over 1,000 maps produced to date by Miss Koenig are used for scientific publications, communications materials, presentations, and proposals. She garnered an award in 2007 from the Cartographic Special Interest Group at the Esri International Users Conference for her map of global loggerhead sea turtle nesting beaches. A native of Costa Mesa, California, Miss Koenig studied Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at Brigham Young University. Prior to joining CI in 2004, she interned in the Maps Division at National Geographic while they were working on the 8th edition of the World Atlas.
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Cartography, GIS
Location
U.S. (Arlington)
Languages
English
My Latest Blogs on Human Nature