With over 6 years of experience in the environmental and mineral sector, Jennifer applies her geomatics knowledge to a variety of projects at Four Rivers Group. Over the past 4 years, Jennifer's role at Four Rivers has included capacity building, training, community engagement and project coordination of several initiatives, all with a geomatics component. Jennifer is fluent in the field of GIS (Geographic Information Systems) and is a talented cartographer, having created hundreds of custom maps along with two ESRI Canada award-winning maps (published nationally in their annual calendar). As a skilled Geomatics Professional, Jennifer has worked on a variety of different mapping projects including, but not limited to: mineral exploration and tenure mapping, traditional knowledge data collection and mapping, interactive online mapping applications, and field data collection using GPS and UAV technology. Jennifer has provided training for geomatics both in a classroom setting and one-on-one in the field. As part of the Four Rivers Geomatics team, Jennifer has been involved in the creation of hundreds of custom maps for community members, such as values collection maps, topographic maps, satellite imagery, mineral exploration, bathymetry etc. Four Rivers has also employed the use of ArcGIS Online and Jennifer has created many of the group's online mapping applications. Jennifer has an Honours Bachelors of Arts degree in Geography from Lakehead University and completed her undergraduate thesis research on Traditional Knowledge with a remote Eastern Arctic Inuit community. Jennifer was previously employed in the mineral exploration consulting sector for over 3 years, where GIS, research and report writing were part of her regular duties.