Nadia started her career with the US Fish and Wildlife Service as a Geographer at Columbia River Fisheries Program Office in June 2012 as a Geographer with the Analytical Services Team. She also worked as a Cartographic Technician under the Student Temporary Employee Program with the Water Management and Evaluation Team in 2011.
She provides support to various projects and teams with spatial analysis and GIS work. Her primary focus is divided between Fisheries and Refuges. For Fisheries she works on bull trout habitat patching and the local population database for Region 1. For Refuges she works with Inventory and Monitoring to compile data about water resources for refuges in Region 1. Both areas of work include field mapping using GPS and surveying equipment as well as GIS work in the office.
In her off time she races dragon boats, stitches, and teaches as an adjunct professor at Portland State University in the Geography Dept.
- M.S, Geography, Portland State University, 2012. Thesis title: Investigating the Holocene History of Eliot Glacier, Mount Hood, Oregon.
- Graduate Certificate, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Portland State University, 2009.
- B.S., History with a focus in medieval religion, Portland State University, 2008.
To contact Nadia,
please call 360.604.2500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.