This post was contributed by Angela Alexander, a K-12 Education Resource Developer of the Education and Research department at Esri Canada.

When I started working in Esri Canada’s education department, it was called the K-12 group. It was made up of two associates and a manager who supported only K-12 education, along with libraries and museums. Eight years later, the department has evolved into the Education and Research group, with seven associates, a K-12 manager and a director. Half of the group support K-12 education, library and museum staff, while the other half supports higher education and research institutions. Members of the higher education and research group hold specialized roles supporting this industry. Find out what their roles and responsibilities are and get to know them through their individual story maps that highlight one of their interests.

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