Andrew Middleton

Berkeley, California, United States

I've spent the past three years developing real world GIS skills in the private and public sectors and I'm currently building skills in the utility sector but I'm hoping to transfer those skills into environmental resource management applications. I see myself working at an environmental contracting firm, a government agency or a consultancy performing GIS analysis, reviewing permits and utilizing my extensive scientific research background to complement multidisciplinary teams. I thrive in fast-paced deadline dominated teams that feed my interests in chemistry, good governance and geospatial technology.

In the next 5 to10 years I plan on returning to school for an MS in Environmental Science or Environmental Resource Economics to apply what I've learned to Natural Resource Management policy where I'd like to spend the bulk of my career.My years in the lab and in the field have taught me how to speak "Science," my experiences in the US State and Federal Government and environmental education mean that I can speak "Public" too. After 5 or 10 years I plan on returning to school for an MS in Environmental Science or Environmental Resource Economics to apply what I've learned to Natural Resource Management policy.

  • Work
    • Utility Data Contractors
  • Education
    • BS Environmental Conservation, University of New Hampshire