GIS basic MappingGIS Conference - URISA Ohio OGRIP (2016)
Tami Sulak, GISP, has over 16 years of experience in GIS, 5 of which with the Ashtabula County Auditor’s Office as GIS Manager. She also has been a GIS instructor at the University of Akron, Engineering and Science Department for the last 7 years.
Tami earned her BA in Urban Studies, a Graduate GIS Certificate and a MAES at Cleveland State University.
Tami digitized road data for Cuyahoga County in 2001, lead poisoning analysis for Environmental Health Watch in 2002, Tinkers Creek Water Shed analysis in 2005.
Tami manages parcel fabric, Flex Viewer, SDE geodatabase, SQL server, ArcGIS on line, CAMA (IAS World) Maps, and Pictometry Connect Explorer. She works with DDTI, ESRI, Pictometry and Tyler Technologies to coordinate updates, data and solve issues.
Tami’s husband, Mike, teaches philosophy at Lakeland Community College, Bryant & Stratton, and Lake Erie College. Their daughter Heather has a BA in dietetics from UA and son Anthony is working on his BA in Mathematics at CSU
- Geographic Information Systems Manager
Publication DateFall September 29, 2016
Citation InformationTamera Sulak. "GIS basic Mapping" GIS Conference - URISA Ohio OGRIP (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tamera_sulak/1/