Michelle recently moved from Atlanta, GA, where she has spent the majority of her days since graduation, to Washington D.C. In addition to routinely singing the MSU Fight Song with other DC-Area Alumni, she recently began working as a Senior Consultant at RSG Inc in Arlington, VA. Michelle has applied her Spartan education and expanded her skills spending the past 13 years as the project manager and GIS specialist on a range of transportation, health, physical activity, survey, planning, utility, and environmental projects. Most recently, Michelle has been responsible for all aspects of the GPS / accelerometer / engine sensor components of several large household travel surveys and physical activity and health studies, most notably the California Statewide Household Travel Survey. For these projects Michelle has been directly responsible for the design, deployment, data processing and analysis and reporting for over 50,000 persons/vehicles with GPS technology. Michelle graduated from MSU in 1998 with a B.S. in Geography and a specialization in Spatial Information Processing. She was a member of the inaugural class of Certified GIS Professionals in 2003. On weekends she can be found rock climbing (a passion honed at good ol’ Grand Ledge, MI), camping and hiking with her dog, Thor.
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