Ellie joined the Allworld team in the summer of 2015, immediately providing support to Allworld with in-house GIS, project management, and business development. Ellie is an associate project manager and data lead for the multi-year sewer assessment and rehabilitation program in Jackson, TN with the Jackson Energy Authority. She also assists with weekly data integration and quality control for the 10 year, $250 million Sewer Assessment and Rehabilitation Program (SARP10) in Memphis, TN. Ellie is also involved with contract management on the SARP10 program, supporting SRF funding processes and providing biweekly progress updates via web-based mobile applications created in the Esri ArcGIS online platform.
Before coming to Allworld, Ellie gained 10 years’ experience in GIS, compliance, reporting, and information management in the field of Cultural Resource Management, and 3 years’ experience in social media marketing and copywriting/editing as a small business entrepreneur.
Ellie holds an International MBA from the University of Memphis, a M.S. in Archaeological Resource Management from the University of Georgia, and a B.A. in Anthropology with Honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She received a Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems from the University of Memphis concurrently with her MBA. Ellie is an active member of the Memphis Area Geographic Information Council, or MAGIC. Ellie also is an Esri certified ArcGIS Desktop Associate 10.3.