Emery Reifsnyder comes to Strategic Economics with a background in environmental policy, GIS, and data analysis. Emery’s extensive experience in Geospatial Analytics allows him to provide valuable analyses and visualizations across a wide range of projects.
At Strategic Economics, Emery’s recent projects include analyzing geospatial employment, commute, and demographic data to investigate the economic impacts of a proposed rail trail project in Santa Cruz. Before joining Strategic Economics, Emery helped the USDA Forest Service revamp their lands data management and provided GIS support to projects such as salmonid conservation.
Emery received a Bachelor’s of Arts from Tufts University, where he studied Environmental Planning and Architectural Studies.
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