The Digital Revolution

APA California Chapter, Orange Section

#9134193

Friday, September 22, 2017
12:50 p.m. - 1:40 p.m. PDT

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Overview

Panelists will share how innovative cities and counties are harnessing GIS, open data, and smart infrastructure to improve mobility, health-outcomes, and housing today. The panel will also discuss how GIS and data analytics can be a useful tool to help with story-telling, citizen engagement, integration, and decision-making.

Speakers

Mojgan Sami

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Mike Sumich

Confirmed Speaker

Mike Sumich is an Account Manager at Esri, a GIS and geodatabase software company. He supports many cities, including Santa Ana, Long Beach, and Los Angeles, with their transportation projects and smart community objectives. He has Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology from Sonoma State University and a biological sciences ... Read More

Jane Chai

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Jane Chai is the Public Health Projects Manager at the Orange County Health Care Agency. She holds a Master of Public Health from the UCLA School of Public Health in the field of community health sciences. She earned her bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley in Social Welfare and Political ... Read More

Timothy Black

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Tim Black is the lead data analyst for the City of Los Angeles' Vision Zero program to eliminate traffic fatalities by 2025. Prior to working at the Department of Transportation, Tim was an analyst at Xerox, working on ExpressPark, Los Angeles' smart parking program. Read More

Kimberly Clark

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Kimberly Clark is an Urban Planner at the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), and specializes in regional data science, geographic information systems (GIS), and interactive data visualization. As a public agency, SCAG works with various regional partners to develop long-range transportation, housing, and sustainability plans that transcend jurisdictional boundaries ... Read More

Contact Info

Starla Barker, sbarker@mbakerintl.com