Marianne Cardwell, PMP, GISP, CSM is the GIS Project Coordinator on the Geoinformatics team. In this role, she supports a variety of projects that use geospatial data and technologies on behalf of Polis’ partner communities and fosters relationships within those communities to cultivate new project opportunities. Her background in GIS, application development, and project management contributes significantly to the Center’s work in GIS and data analytics and helps it expand its use into new areas. Prior to joining Polis, she was an Aviation Geospatial Project Manager for Woolpert, GIS Programmer for SAIC, and GIS Manager for Parsons. Marianne earned her BS degree in Geography from Michigan State University and MS degree in Geographic and Cartographic Sciences from George Mason University.

Research Associate, The Polis Center, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Board Member, Indiana Geographic Information Consortium

Bioinformatics, Management Information Systems, Information Science/Systems, Computer Science
MS, George Mason University, Geographic and Cartographic Sciences, 2004
BS, Michigan State University, Geography, 1998
geographic information systems emergency or disaster planning or policy computer programming data analysis
Dutch, English, French
Indiana Geographic Information Consortium