Empowering rural communities and schools with the power of Geographic Information Science and Systems.

Elijah Allan

I aim to grow professionally in a career that incorporates at least one or more of the following: Math & Science Education, Biology & Ecology, and Geographic Information Science. In addition, I strive to have a career where I can apply the academic knowledge and skills obtained from my undergraduate and graduate studies to better the communities and organizations I work with.

Featured Educational Project:

Skip to 15:38 in the clip to see the mobile library project I was part of during my undergraduate at ASU, which was showcased on PBS Horizonte.

The project, BiblioTrucka was a concept mobile library, which we envisioned to allow under-served students to actively engage with technology and print resources in an effort to create global learners while connecting to the community culture of Phoenix.

My Work

Hire Me

In my various years of educational and employment experience, I have learned to effectively collaborate with teammates, persevere through challenges, and further my technological skills.

I have contributed to numerous efforts of bettering communities and organizations. I am a veteran, teacher, and GIS professional currently seeking immediate part-time or full-time employment.

For possible immediate interview opportunities or contract work, please see my Contact page.

GIS & Data Analysis Experience

My GIS project work and experiences have included the following:

ArcGIS Pro, ArcMap, ArcPy, Tableau Maps, Datawrapper Maps, ArcGIS HUB, ArcGIS Online Web Map Application Development, ArcGIS Online school accounts and administration of them, and GIS Middle School Curriculum Development and Implementation.

I also have junior level experience with R Studio, R Language programming, Python programming, ENVI (Image Processing & Analysis Solution), and SNAP (Sentinel Application Platform).

Teaching Experience

My teaching and educational skills include:

Science and math teaching to at risk Native American youth; implementation of GIS curriculum; understanding of math circles for Middle School Students; Science Fair planning and management; and mobile library concept planning.