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GIS Analyst

Harrington, DE

443 365 3215

GIS Software

ESRI Suite
ArcGIS Pro
ArcGIS Online
ArcGIS Server

GIS Skills

Spatial Analysis
GIS Application Development
Database Administration
GIS Programming

Other Software

Adobe Illustrator
Adobe Premeire Pro
Visual Studio
Microsoft Office Suite

Other Skills

Graphic Design
Website development
Coding / Programming

Coding Languages



Salisbury University       2010

Bachelor's of Science: Geography, GIS Minor

SU GIS alumni are employed at all levels of federal, state and local government as well as private-sector firms. My undergraduate transcript includes: Map Interpretation & Analysis, Scientific Programming, Cartographic Visualization, Spatial Analysis, GIS, GIS Programming, Advanced GIS, Information Systems Concepts for Managment, Remote Sensing, Statistics, and much more.

Salisbury University       2011

Master of Science: GIS Management

The Master of Science in Geographic Information Systems Management (GISM) provides theoretical and applied experience in administering and managing a GIS in a government, business or non-profit organization. Courses included: Public Administration, Finance Administration, Database Management, Managing GIS, Project Management, Political Science, and more.


Kent County Levy Court

GIS Analyst

Jan 2023 - present

I work as GIS analyst for the Kent County, DE Planning Office. I develop spatial applications and web interfaces for internal and external use. I analyze spatial data to produce maps, reports, and recommendations for administration and the public. I’m on the website development team implementing a new county website. I built a prototype ArcGIS Hub for the County which will be integrated into the upcoming new county website. I advise technicians, planners, and other staff about trouble-shooting technical problems and data maintenance.

Century Engineering


Oct 2022 - Jan 2023

I worked as a planner at Century Engineering. I worked with a team of planners on various projects throughout Delaware. My responsibilities included making well designed maps, applications, graphics, flyers, power points, presentation boards, documents, and charts for clients and the public. I used a variety of applications including ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS online, Adobe Illustrator, Bluebeam, Power point, and more. I worked primarily in the Dover, DE office and traveled to support public workshops.

Nicks Boat Work


2013 - 2022

I developed a small boat maintenance and repair business. Services I provided included fiberglass repair, fiberglass construction, wood repair, gelcoat repair, painting, varnishing, detailing, and boat transportation. I marketed through my self-created websites, flyers, T-shirts, business cards, and vehicle decals. My service area ranged from bay to beach on the Delmarva Peninsula and into Annapolis and beyond. I performed all aspects of the business myself including responding to phone and email inquiries, estimates, work performance, billing, bookkeeping, scheduling, and supplies acquisition. Websites include:,,

Salisbury University Office of Student Affairs

GIS Graduate Assistant

Jan 2023 - present

I developed preliminary plans for future campus judicial GIS. This included developing contacts and coordinating efforts from the university police, Office of Student Affairs, Office of Housing and Residence Life, and Information Technology at Salisbury University. I assessed current systems, interviewed staff, and developed solutions for multiple university departments, university police, and local law enforcement. The assistantship position was created for this project and I was selected due to academic performance and GIS experience.

Eastern Shore Regional Geographic Cooperative

GIS Intern

Jan 2023 - present

Maryland Broadband Initiative: I analyzed broadband service provider coverage area and connection quality for Maryland Broadband Initiative administration. This involved analyzing data from service providers, developing data, and comparing the service providers’ information with our own independently developed in-formation. The data and reports that I created helped Salisbury University receive a large external grant from FCC in Broadband Initiative contracts.

Maryland coastline mapping: I analyzed aerial photography over the past 60 years to map and analyze coastline delineation. This involved geo-rectifying aerial photography, digitizing, and analyzing data.

Wicomico County Public Works

GIS Intern

2009 - 2010

For one year I worked with 911 addressing technician at the Wicomico County administration building to develop GIS data for local government. I developed and maintained a variety of data types including, road, parcel, natural resources, hydrology, 911 addressing, sewer, drainage, and county resource data. Integrated resources from other county, municipality, state and federal departments into the Public Works database. I organized their geodatabase and developed data with Arcmap. I helped implement an ArcSDE server network between County Public Works, City Public Works, and Planning and Zoning departments. I designed a 4’ x 6’ wall grid map with accompanying roads reference catalog.

Online Courses

Harvard University       2023

CS50: Introduction to Computer Science

This course teaches students how to think algorithmically and learn to code. Topics include abstraction, algorithms, data structures, encapsulation, resource management, security, software engineering, and web programming. Languages include C, Python, and SQL plus HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Harvard University       2023

CS50's Understanding Technology

This course dives into how the technology we use today works under the hood. Topics include hardware, software, the internet, multimedia, security, programming, web development, and current trends.

Harvard University       2023

CS50's Computer Science for Business Professionals

CS50’s introduction to computer science is for business professionals, managers, product managers, founders, and decision-makers. Whereas CS50 takes a bottom-up approach, emphasizing mastery of low-level concepts and implementation details thereof, this course takes a top-down approach, emphasizing mastery of high-level concepts and design decisions related thereto. Topics include computational thinking, programming languages, internet technologies, web development, technology stacks, and cloud computing       2023

Responsive Website Development

This 300 hour coding bootcamp teaches the art of resposive webpage design using HTML and CSS. Completing this course enabled me to create this resume website.

Youtube Channels

GISP Study      

GISP is short for: "Geographic Information Systems Professional." The GISP certification is a professional cerification that can be earned by meeting requirements for education and experience in the field of GIS and by passing the GISP exam. While studying for the GISP exam, I quickly realized that there are limited resources for preparing for the exam. GISP exam prep material on Youtube is virtually non-existant. So, I produced a Youtube channel of audio study notes. As of writing this, GISP Study has 135 subscribers. The GISCI, which administers the GISP certification program, has 145 subscribers.

Allie's World      

This is a channel with silly videos I make with my daughter. This is just something I do for fun with my daughter, but I have learned alot in the process. There's a lot of skills involved in producing a high quality video. Camera settings, audio settings, video settings, audio effects, graphic effects, transitions, and output settings are just a few of the tasks required in making a watchable video.

ArcGIS Hub

Kyle's ArcGIS Hub      

ArcGIS Hub is a website building platform developed by ESRI. It's an often underutilized part of the GIS package included in all ArcGIS licenses, even the $100/year personal license that I pay for. My ArcGIS Hub demomatrates my abilities in developing web applications including: webmaps, dashboards, survey builders, and much more. I created a fully functional Enterprise GIS which you can use to: enter data using a survey app, edit the data in a webmap, view statistics and trends about that data in dashboard, and download that data by clicking on a link. Some of the apps on my ArcGIS Hub were create for employers while most were created for my learning and portfolio building purposes.