I am currently working for Innovative Geo-Tech Resources, located in Denver Colorado, as a Geo-Technical Consultant. I joined the small startup in the early stages of the company when the business consisted of two employees, and a couple consultants, my self being one of them. My transition into the Oil and Gas industry came as a result of my GIS background, which was acquired during my undergraduate program at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, where I studied Geography, Environmental Science, and GIS.
Since then I have continued to develop my understanding of GIS and computer science by taking classes ranging from computer programming to Geo-Spatial and Raster analysis. I am currently enrolled at the University of Colorado Denver for a second bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering. I have always been interested in science, but my current pursuit of an Engineering degree was greatly influenced by all of the amazing scientists, engineers, and professionals whom I have the pleasure of working with over the past couple years.
I try to stay active in the community as well by serving on local committees that are geared towards community outreach and development. While acquiring my first Bachelor’s degree, I worked as the GIS analyst for the “Rails to Trails” program. I am also a current member of the Denver Arthritis foundation’s volunteer committee and have been doing so for the past 4 years.
Outside of work and school, I like to spend the majority of my free time in the mountains, whether I’m rock climbing, snowboarding, hiking or camping.
Since my time with the RMS YP group I have seen an amazing turn out at all of our events. I have also received several emails from interested young professionals who want to be involved. I would like to attribute this success to the previous chair Cat Campbell, as well as all of those who have served on the RMS YP committee and hope that I can add to this success.