Dakota James Bailey

Dakota James Bailey

GIS Specialist (part time)
Nov. 2021 - present
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Dakota Bailey has a Master's degree in Geography from Syracuse University, where he studied Physical geography and published a master's thesis using ESRI's Suitability Modeler tool to understand wildfire ignition risk in the Adirondack State Park of Upstate New York. He also has a dual B.S. degree in Environmental Science and Geography, a minor in Chemistry, and a focus in GIS/Remote Sensing from SUNY Oneonta. He interned with the Otsego County Land Trust as a Blueway Steward, and with the New York Power Authority as a GIS Development Intern; served as a Teaching Assistant for ArcMap and ArcGIS Pro coursework, as well as courses on global environmental change and human geography; and worked as an Assistant Systems Analyst for CHA Consulting Inc., an Extern for the United Nations Commission on Trade and Development, and an EDF Climate Corps Fellow with the New York City Mayor's Office. Currently, he is a full-time Land Surveyor while working part time as a GIS Specialist at the CGA.

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