By Joseph J. Kerski

Directions Magazine has been privileged to work with some of the most influential minds in the geospatial industry. Over the years, we have showcased their innovations with the hope of inspiring our readers to greater heights. Dr. Joseph Kerski joins us for our newest series, GeoInspirations.  He is interviewing some of those men and women who have changed the face of our industry, shining a light on the importance of geography. We hope that you’re inspired to make a difference with geography in your corner of the world.

Bob Dulli - a loud and persistent voice for Geo Ed

Madison Vorva - a voice for change

Robert Saveland - geography educator, war hero, lifelong learner

Dorothy Drummond - the never stop learning and traveling educator

Grant Ian Thrall, Bridging Geography, Business and Economics

Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux: Pushing geography into the sky — literally

Bill Strong, Focused on what matters

Randy Raymond, Bringing schools & communities together through meaningful GIS projects

Amy Work - Connecting People, Communities, Geotechnology, and the Environment


Luis Olivieri, helping youth build futures with GIS


Raphael Heath, Teaching students to avoid ash clouds & other geo challenges


Simon Onywere - Shining a Geospatial Light in East Africa and Beyond

René Pretorius - “Don’t Settle for Good Enough.”


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Published Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

Written by Joseph J. Kerski

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