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Esri - Smithsonian StoryMaps Meetup

01:59:00

Oct 26, 2020 12:26 PM

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Speakers

Kayleigh Walters
Cataloger @Smithsonian
Kayleigh Walters is the Cataloger of Living Collections at Smithsonian Gardens. She began using GIS to track information on SG’s tree collection two years ago, and started working with StoryMaps within the last year to allow the public to virtually interact with SG’s living collection. She has made such StoryMaps as the Cherry Blossoms of Smithsonian Gardens, a summer walking tour to welcome the public back once SG re-opened, and most recently, Fall Foliage of Smithsonian Gardens.
Deanna Luu
Graphic Designer @Office of Advancement
Deanna Luu is a Graphic Designer on the Smithsonian Institution’s Office of Advancement Communications and Marketing team. She creates proposals, impact reports, presentations, and event and marketing collateral for cultivating donors and fundraising efforts across Smithsonian units. Her designs aim to elevate the brand’s core messaging and vision to its clearest and distinctive visual form.
Kathy Carroll
Educator @Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum
Kathy Carroll—an educator for over twenty-five years—currently teaches world history and serves as the social studies vertical team chair at St. John's Episcopal School in Dallas, Texas. Kathy last summer adapted the work of Dr. Samir Meghelli to build an interdisciplinary digital exhibit for the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum using ArcGIS StoryMaps. The exhibit entitled A Right to the City, tells the evolving story of Washington D.C. neighborhoods through historical records, photos, and personal accounts.