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MidAmerica GIS Consortium Announces new Executive Board

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Wednesday, July 9th 2014


-The MidAmerica GIS Consortium, Ltd. (MAGIC) is a nonprofit educational organization established to foster the applications of geographic information systems (GIS) and related spatial technologies in the mid-continent region.  MAGIC member states currently include: ArkansasIllinoisIowaKansasMissouriNebraskaNorth DakotaOklahoma & South Dakota.  

The new slate of officers of the MAGIC Consortium Executive Board for the 2014-2016 biennium are:

Consortium Chair - Susan Norton

Symposium Chair - Amber Reynolds

Secretary - Mark Duewell

Treasurer - Steve Marsh

Directors:

Shelby Johnson

Bob Nutsch

Tony Spicci

Nathan Watermeier

Shellie Willoughby

Each state has 2 or more representatives on the MAGIC Steering Committee. The Steering Committee directs the business necessary to fulfill the mission of MAGIC including the biennial Symposiums. Any state in the MidAmerican region is encouraged to participate in MAGIC. Any interested state should have their State GIS Director (or equivalent) contact the MAGIC Consortium Chair.  Anyone can join MAGIC. MAGIC is always looking for interested individuals to become part of the regional GIS community. MAGIC is an all-volunteer organization. To begin participating, simply come to any of our Planning Meetings.  

All information about MAGIC can be found at http://www.magicgis.org.

 

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