GEO Jobe is pleased to welcome Rachel Cohen as an Application Developer. Previous to GEO Jobe, Rachel was a GIS Developer at the City of Philadelphia. Rachel has a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania, and believes that spatial data has a unique ability to help us both understand and improve the world around us. In addition to Rachel’s education, she has extensive knowledge using the ArcGIS platform and Python to develop custom applications for the topographical analysis of approximately 100 archeological sites. With Rachel’s background and credentials, she will be a valuable member of GEO Jobe’s products team. GEO Jobe welcomes Rachel to her new role as an Application Developer and looks forward to her contributions to the company.
“Rachel is extremely qualified and super talented. I am so very proud to welcome her to the GEO Jobe team. Rachel’s excellent credentials, impeccable work ethic, and extreme brilliance are all positive tools to our growing products team. ” David Hansen, Chief Executive Officer, at GEO Jobe.
GEO Jobe is excited to see the team grow, year after year, with talented individuals. GEO Jobe continues to develop new approaches to aid others in the industry with their GIS needs.
You can connect directly with Rachel and the GEO Jobe team, via email@example.com.
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