Michael Terner, is the Executive Vice President of AppGeo. His leadership at AppGeo began with co-founding of the company in 1991. During his more than 25 years at AppGeo, he has led initiatives to pioneer new approaches and to promote the use of emerging technologies. Through his project leadership, he has emphasized Open Source adoption. Michael has been at the forefront of telling AppGeo’s story of geospatial IT adoption and experimentation, and is a sought after speaker and facilitator. Currently, Michael is Chair of the Organizing Committee for the International FOSS4G (Free and Open Source Software for GIS) conference being held in Boston on August 14-18. FOSS4G is the largest global gathering focused on Open Source geospatial software.
Caitlin Schneider is a GIS Analyst with AppGeo, in the Austin office. She has experience in detailed spatial data collection and processing methods, spatial and non-spatial data integration, quality control and data documentation.
Kate Hickey is a Vice President with AppGeo. She has been studying the business requirements of government, developing geospatial IT strategies, and planning GIS systems for federal, state, and local governments for over 15 years.