NSGIC Staff

John Jordan
Executive Director

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Mr. John S. Jordan, CAE, is the Executive Director for the National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC).

Mr. Jordan received his MA in Management Information Systems from the George Washington University, Washington, DC, and his MPA in Health Care Administration and a BS in Medical Technology from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA. Mr. Jordan served on two non-profit boards, the Cumberland Valley School District where he served as President and Board Director of the Cumberland & Perry Vocational Technical School. He also served for six years as a Board Trustee at the Harrisburg Area Community College.

He lives in Myrtle Beach, SC with his wife Bonnie. They have two grown children, Bryan and Ashley who both graduated from the Pennylvania State University in State College.

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Amy Holmes
Operations Manager

 

As a dedicated professional, Amy serves as Operations Manager for NSGIC. She supports the Executive Director and staff by demonstrating her skills in hospitality and customer service. Amy graduated with a BA in Geography from Kennesaw State University. Passionate about sustainability and conservation, she co-founded a multi-campus environmental club with her fellow classmates, Owl Swap, at her alma mater focusing on ethical and sustainable fashion. Amy currently resides in Myrtle Beach, SC, but she is a native of Atlanta, Ga.


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Emily Ruetz
Senior Manager, Applications and Technology

 

Emily Ruetz comes from a computer science and GIS background, and she is happy to bring those skills to the NSGIC staff. She enjoys working collaboratively to achieve goals, build connections, and promote sustainability. Minnesota is her home, even when she’s off traveling elsewhere.

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Ashley Sievert
Director of Conferences and Communications

 

Based in Northern Virginia, Ashley brings years of experience in event planning and management within the geospatial community. She spent eight years with the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) working to bring industry, academia and government together to develop a stronger geospatial ecosystem. Ashley is excited to now be with NSGIC helping to promote and facilitate connections with geospatial leaders across the nation. Her passion for horses and world travel keep her busy and on-the-go in her spare time.

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