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Lisa A. Pierce

Lisa A. Pierce is the ESRI Authorized Spatial Analyst Instructor for the “Working with ArcGIS Spatial Analyst” course.  Ms. Pierce has a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from the School for International Training in Brattleboro, Vermont, and a Master of Arts in Environmental Affairs with an emphasis in Water Resources Management from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Ms. Pierce spent 6 years in the environmental consulting arena before joining ESRI in Redlands as a marketing representative, and became a trainer in 1997. Ms. Pierce has been a trainer in both the formal ESRI classes as well in applied GIS classes at a variety of educational institutions in the Redlands area. Most recently she taught a GIS for Environmental Modeling class for the University of California Riverside Extension’s GIS Certification program. In January 2003, Ms. Pierce joined the Water Resources Institute at California State University - San Bernardino, where she provides GIS support for the digital library archives, and support for the implementation of the San Bernardino Geospatial Data Clearinghouse Node.

Recently, Ms. Pierce traveled to Jordan through a World Bank funded project for the Queen Rania Institute of Tourism and Heritage (QRITH) Program at the Hashemite University. There, she developed a GIS curriculum and training program for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Management, integrating Petra Archaeological Park management efforts with 3D modeling techniques.
 
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May 20, 2010, 7:01 AM
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