Kim Rodgers

GIS Analyst

MS, Geography, University of South Carolina, 2015
Certificate in GIS, Penn State University, 2012
BS, Geology/Sociology, Bates College, 2005

Joined Floyd|Snider: 2016

Kim Rodgers is a GIS Analyst with expertise in data analysis and cartographic-based communication for environmental management. She has served as the GIS lead for a range of projects, including allocation and remedial design support for large sediment cleanup sites, historical stormwater conveyance reconstruction, and complex environmental site investigations of both upland and marine remediation and redevelopment. She has previous research experience in risk assessment, decision support, and communication related to the impacts of climate change on coastal ecosystems and stormwater systems.

Professional Strengths

Adept at creating visually engaging graphics that focus on clear and thoughtful communication to convey technical information and to support decision-making

High level of technical competence and programming experience for working with and manipulating complex geospatial and tabular data

Strong analytical mindset that is necessary for being detail oriented and a clever problem solver

Passionate about developing data management and operational processes that maximize workflow efficiency while preserving data integrity