Mrs. Martin is a Program Manager with the National Alliance for Public Safety GIS Foundation, where she is responsible for managing a team of technologists in the development of technology solutions used by emergency managers and first responders in the field, at the Incident Command Post, and in the Emergency Operations Center. She also serves as a lead subject matter expert in the design and curation of location-enabled tools and resources for risk analysis, preparedness planning, and exercise design and conduct.
Prior to joining NAPSG Foundation, Mrs. Martin worked for over 10 years supporting public safety at the county and municipal government levels where she led the integration of geospatial analysis in emergency management planning and the development of GIS-based tools for emergency operations during response. She is also the co-writer of the Emergency Preparedness for GIS URISA workshop and is a member of the URISA Community Resilience Task Force. Ms. Martin holds a BS in Environmental Science and Policy from the University of Maryland College Park and is a certified GIS Professional.