An award-winning cartographer, Lyndy has a decade of experience with all phases of survey research and using GIS to support decision-making and the monitoring of humanitarian and development projects in an international context.  She has worked at the field level with local communities in remote areas in Southeast Asia to the imposing halls of the United States Congress on a variety of projects in the protection, health, conservation, and livelihood sectors.

Lyndy’s interdisciplinary background includes an MA in political science and a certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). She has solid experience in training and developing technical manuals and “How-To” documents on GIS and data collection, presenting results to audiences of different levels and expertise, and analyzing large data sets for the production of maps and charts.

Lyndy has achieved both Esri and GISP certifications, demonstrating her commitment to GIS best practices and standards as well as upholding shared ethical values in the field of GIS today. She is currently based in the Washington, DC Area and is available for consulting work on GIS, data analysis, and information management.