Lee joined Allworld in the spring of 2014 with 4 years of full time GIS analysis and spatial data experience. Lee performs data management and quality control for the entirety of the 10 year, $250 Million Memphis Sewer Assessment and Rehabilitation Program (SARP10). His work supports field operations, budgeting, progress reporting, and program management through the maintenance of a highly accurate Geospatial Information System and the mining of that information for mission-critical reporting.
Lee is approaching a decade of experience managing both GIS environments and teams of GIS professionals. With a background in remote sensing, project management, and land use archaeology, Lee has extensive experience in spatial data collection in the field; ADA compliance; legacy data migration; database management; large-format scanner operations and maintenance; and information systems management. Before coming to Allworld Lee worked with the Center for Partnerships in GIS on the University of Memphis Campus, as well as providing significant contributions to remote sensing and spatial data management projects for Ames Plantation and the University of Memphis.
Lee holds a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Memphis. He maintains 9 Esri certifications and is a member of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA), the Memphis Area Geographic Information Council (MAGIC), and the Tennessee Geographic Information Council (TNGIC).