Current Resume
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Location: College Park, MD, USA
University: University of Maryland
Major: GEOINT

Current Resume

Teresa Tinta
8902 60th Ave.; Berwyn Heights, MD 20740 | xxx-xxx-xxxx | xxx-xxx-xxxx
SUMMARY
Detailed-oriented GIS recent graduate with 2 years of experience working with ArcGIS software and applying solid knowledge of field-related geographic mapping and data compilation technology. Diligently creating maps, tables, charts and related graphics for reports and presentations. Highly diverse and extremely efficient

RELEVANT SKILLS
• Microsoft Office, Microsoft SharePoint, Outlook, Box, Dropbox, Pushgraph, Lingo, LaTeX, Tableau; Programming Languages: C++, MATLAB, MAPLE, and AutoCAD, Mathematica, Python; GIS/Remote Sensing: ESRI, ArcMap, ArcPy, ArcGIS Online, QGIS, ArcGIS Pro, ArcScene, ArcSDE, ArcView, ArcIMS, Google Earth, PCI Geomatica, Imagery, SQL
• Fluent in Spanish, spoken and written

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Aeronautical Information Analyst – NATECH Aug 2018 – Present
• Provide support through creation, maintenance and distribution of aeronautical data, charts, and associated products for air traffic control and the aviation community
• Coordinate between numerous government offices, departments, and teams
• Provide support to these charts which must be accurate and must be accomplished within a specific time frame to meet critical chart publication timelines

GIS Specialist – DOE (Department of Energy) - ORISE fellowship Program June 2018 – Aug 2018
• Working on Crude oil- rail terminals
• Using QGIS to implement previous shapefiles/maps done on this specific topic
• Researching on all possible documentation on functioning rail terminals to input in map

GIS Researcher/Analyst - USDA NIFA (HACU Program) Sept 2017 – April 2018
• Project 1:
o Researching on Hypoxic zone in the Gulf of Mexico
o Using USDA NIFA database Pushgraph and CRIS to find NIFA research sites and publications
o Spring Project: searching for pesticides in the MARB (Mississippi Atchafalaya River Basin): their research sites and pesticides’ type as well as herbicides or other chemicals.
• Project2:
o Mapping different factors that influence the adoption agricultural conservation practices
o Using Animal and Crops sold by farmers and AgLand cropland and pastureland (used different parameters to identify how animals and crops being sold in dollars and acres affect the water quality related to hypoxia)
• Working with I-DROP and the SERA 46 multi-state committee to help spatially represent trends across the Mississippi River Basin (http://draindrop.cropsci.illinois.edu/index.php/our-group/)

GIS Intern - NCPC (National Capital Planning Commission) May 2017 – July 2017
• Worked on Public Research and development
• Created 3D building models of VA-MD-DC area by using ArcGIS Pro
• Used Lidar and DEM imaging from USGS to convert into 3D models
• Completed around 200 DEM conversions in ArcGIS Pro
• Learned about how to preserve and enhance the extraordinary historical, cultural, and natural resources and federal assets of the National Capital Region to support the needs of the federal government


Applied Mathematician - Valparaiso University (REU) June 2013 – June 2015
• Researched on “Mathematical Modeling in Ecology: What Killed the Mammoth?”
• Created ODE (Ordinary Differential Equations) system of human and mammoth interaction
• Designed a square grid in MATLAB for both (human and mammoth populations) to cover all North America (Geography-related)
• Published research paper by 2015 (link: xxx-xxx-xxxx)
• Worked with a team of 3 students and a mentor during the summer and part of the following semesters to publish our findings

Mathematics Education Researcher (LSAMP Program) Sep 2012 – Dec 2013
• Worked with my mentor and another student in Mathematics education by implementing the Redesign Program at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES)
• Set up an experiment with redesign math class and regular math class to discern between which program works the best for the Algebra 1 (college math class) at UMES
• Collected data from both classes (exams, final tests, etc.) to analyze the importance of redesigning classes for students who learn in different ways
• Represent all the data on excel sheets statistical formulas to analyze the data and statistical graphs

Student Lab Assistant – UMES Geoscience Bridge Program July 2012 – August 2012
• Helped students with their research projects
• Researched on fish with different level of oxygen by blood testing (hypoxia) and dissecting

EDUCATION
University of Maryland College Park (UMCP); College Park, MD; started February 2019
• Master of Science and Graduate Certificate in Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT)

University of Maryland College Park (UMCP); College Park, MD; graduated August 2017
• Graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Relevant Courses
• Mathematics: Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus II, Introduction to Linear Algebra; Foundations of Mathematics, Differential Equation, Introduction to Probabilities
• Computer Science: Introduction to Computer Programming: Intensive, Advanced Programming, Numerical Analysis, Introduction to Python
• Technology: Computer-assisted Drawing and Design I (AutoCAD), Introduction to ArcGIS, GIS and Spatial Analysis, Computer Cartography

ACHIEVEMENTS
• Senator Paul G Pinsky Scholarship
• Delegate Scholarship District 22D and 22E


REFERENCES

Amanda Hoffman-Hall
Undergraduate Advising Coordinator at UMD
Department of Geographical Sciences
Phone xxx-xxx-xxxx
Email: xxx-xxx-xxxx
Dr. Mark E. Williams
Professor of Mathematics and CS
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Work: xxx-xxx-xxxx
E-mail: xxx-xxx-xxxx

GIS, GEOINT, Environmental Science, Math