Geoinspirations Podcast Series: Anita Palmer - Changing the World through GIS Education

October 12, 2022
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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 successful series of interviews, 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 and geospatial technology. We hope that you’re inspired to make a difference with geography in your corner of the world.

This episode of GeoInspirations features Anita Palmer, co-founder of GISetc, educator, consultant, and champion of teaching and learning through GIS. Learn about her work with students, with faculty, with Esri, National Geographic, and other organizations, her journey, and her career and life guidance. Dr. Kerski shares, "I have had the sincere pleasure of working with Anita since 1998 and have enormous admiration for her work, energy, and vision.  Anita has been a trailblazing force in education, championing spatial thinking and GIS in social studies, career and technology education, science, and in many other disciplines, at multiple levels, worldwide. I believe her story is a fascinating one for those listening to the podcast—and for people to share with others.” 

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