GIS Analyst II
Eliza Wallace has worked with the Data Services department at MAPC since September 2013. Eliza creates maps and performs quantitative and spatial analysis in support of planning projects throughout the agency and with external partners. Her recent projects include technical work on Local Access Scores, spatial and quantitative analysis in support of climate change projects, and assisting municipalities in mapping to meet the EPA’s stormwater regulations.
Prior to joining MAPC, Eliza worked as a GIS specialist on various archaeological projects. She has also taught undergraduate courses in GIS and in writing.
She earned her doctorate at Boston University in Archaeology, where she specialized in ancient urbanism in the Early Bronze Age (c.3000 – 2000 BCE) of Northern Mesopotamia (modern Syria). Her technical specialization was GIS and Data Management.
Areas of Expertise: Geographic Information Systems (GIS), climate change vulnerability assessment, bicycle and pedestrian data, ancient urbanism.