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"I'm a geospatial crime analyst for the federal government. I work with MAUP MTUP and predictive analytics."
"Been waiting for this.... GIS professional in DC"
"I'm a programmer/data analyst/policy researcher working to become a web developer/data visualizer/open source humanitarian mapper. (I have a hard time choosing...."
"Webworker without borders, program manager and geek, working on web and mobile for humanitarian aid and emergencies."
"I'm a data junkie who is passionate about learning and entrepreneurship. "
"I'm Manuel de la Calle. CEO at Glob3mobile. "
"I work on media, tech and peacebuilding projects at USIP."
"I build digital things that are pretty cool. Working on the next generation of USAID.gov, very interested in how your mapping stuff integrates into their vision...."
"I'm an open source technology geek on an ongoing diplomatic mission.
I currently work for a not-for-profit called the Eclipse Foundation helping open source..."
"IT Specialists interested in GIS."
"Medill '14, Intern at NPR Visuals Team"
"I have been a contractor for FEMA for about 6 years ,and FEMA has a lot of Geo needs--both in Response operations and in flood mitigation (flood mapping)."
"Road atlases and dusty NatGeo magazines were my childhood friends. As a Geo-professional, I am always on the lookout for new techniques and products to expand my..."
"I am a student at GWU, studying international affairs and GIS. I am currently a volunteer GIS analyst at the Red Cross. "
"urban planner / transportation engineer working in the public transit sector"
"I am a DC area marketing technologist."
"I'm a GIS Analyst / Cartographer at the American Red Cross, focusing on our international work. Meeting others doing similar work is pretty darn exciting."
"GIS, Maps, Data, Open Source, Geography, Disaster Mitigation, Climatology."
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This is a meetup group for those in the DC area who like maps, GIS, OpenStreetMap, cartography and anything in between.
Started out of June 2011's WhereCamp DC, this group aims to keep the DC geo enthusiasts connected to each other for learning and socializing and probably some drinking.
You can follow us on twitter at @geo_dc, and join our Google Group where we have discussion and post announcements between meetups.
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