Joined 6 years ago from Maryland
Linda McNeil has enhanced her career by a diversified background of Training, Project Management and Technical skills. In the past 25 years, she put the priority of raising her family first while maintaining and growing her skill sets in ad-hoc job environments. She began her career in a Business/Banking environment while employed in the Accounts Receivables Office at The Crescent Department Stores handling net assets of 13.5 million per annum for five years. She then took on the role of Business/Technology Manager where she managed the development and implementation of computerizing a local veterinary clinic. This included the database development and business accounting structures for automating client/medical records. Since then, she has worked various jobs with roles of Project Management, Database Analysis, Consulting, Sales and Training as short-term positions to add a broad base while raising her growing family. In 2004, she started working with Geographical Information Systems. Later, she started working with STK at Analytical Graphics, Inc, where she worked as the Technical Trainer in the Washington DC area. As a trainer, she instructed engineering application in the Fundamentals, Comprehensive, Communications and custom courses of AGI's Spatial Information System, STK. Her area of expertise is Geospatial Visualization and Analysis using modeling and simulation. Currently, Linda is co-writing a book with Dr. T. S. Kelso entitled, "Understanding STK, A Spatial Temporal Information System," which should be published in 2012.
Linda holds a Masters of Science in Geographical Information Systems and Public Administration with an emphasis on Business Management from Henson School of Science, Salisbury University, University of Maryland.
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