Gregory Verutes
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Gregory Verutes


Gregg Verutes is a coastal geographer currently supporting National Audubon Society's data management, visualization, and reporting systems. He specializes in blending the fields of conservation and technology to empower planners, managers, and analysts who are passionate about protecting the multitude of benefits flowing from nature to birds and people. He has previously worked for National Geographic Society, World Wildlife Fund, and Stanford University. Gregg received his M.Sc. in Geographic Information Science from San Diego State University and his B.Sc. in Policy Analysis & Management from Cornell University.

Ecosystem Science Spatial & Geographic Information Science Visual Analytics

Work details

Geographer & Visualization Specialist

National Audubon Society
October 2016
Science Division
Build reporting systems to track Audubon’s progress as an Accountable Conservation Organization for fundraising and use by conservation staff. Design interactive web visualizations and stakeholder engagement exercises to demonstrate spatial planning approaches through social simulations and decision-support.

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