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Tuesday, February 11 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Hosted Lunch & CGIA Update

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  • 12:15 PM - Student Awards
  • 12:25 PM - Using Mapping and Data Storytelling to Engage Los Angeles
    L.A. Controller Ron Galperin is one of three citywide elected officials in Los Angeles. As the City's auditor and chief accounting officer, he has championed government transparency and the importance of modernization by introducing Open Data to the City of Los Angeles in 2013. During today's presentation, Controller Galperin will offer a close look at his map of publicly-owned properties and how it can be used to address the housing crisis and improve economic development.
    Controller Ron Galperin, City of Los Angeles
  • 12:45 PM - An-Min Wu, CGIA President – CGIA Update

Moderators
avatar for Steven Steinberg, Ph.D., GISP

Steven Steinberg, Ph.D., GISP

Geographic Information Officer, Los Angeles County-Internal Services Department

Speakers
avatar for Ron Galperin

Ron Galperin

Controller, City of Los Angeles
Los Angeles Controller Ron Galperin is the taxpayers’ watchdog at City Hall, making sure public dollars are spent efficiently and effectively. He is also the elected paymaster, auditor and chief accounting officer for the City of Los Angeles. Galperin oversees a team that conducts... Read More →
avatar for An-Min Wu

An-Min Wu

CGIA Chair / Lecturer, California Geographic Information Association (CGIA) & University of Southern California
An-Min is a GIS educator, researcher, and field soil scientist that cares about environmental sustainability. As CGIA Chair, she is focused on advocacy work for members and the CA GIS community at large. An-Min teaches a variety of GIST courses (spatial analysis, spatial databases... Read More →


Tuesday February 11, 2020 12:00pm - 1:00pm
International Ballroom

Attendees (46)