Connect with Nina

Phone: (253) 539-4801

Always at home in the outdoors, Nina found her way to the Pacific Northwest from Las Vegas, after serving three years in the US Air Force. Nina contributes to the Earth Economics team through database management, improving metadata quality and producing influential geospatial visualizations for printed and online materials. Nina is likely to be found exploring the Puget Sound with her dog, hiking in state park or enjoying trails within her community. Combining her love of  the outdoors and a desire to contribute to policy change, Nina is  dedicated to creating visualizations that speak to the connection between the environment and economics. 

REcent GIS WOrk

The Whales in Our Waters: The Economic Contribution of Whale Watching in San Juan County.” Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. 2019.

The Public Benefits of Private Forests: An Ecosystem Services Valuation of Private Forest Lands in Pierce County, Washington.” Earth Economics. Tacoma, WA. 2018.

2018 Field Guide: Outdoor Community Projects.” Earth Economics, Tacoma, WA. September, 2018.

The Food That Grows Out of The Water, The Economic Benefits of Wild Rice in Minnesota.” Earth Economics, Tacoma, WA. August, 2018.

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M.S. Geospatial Technologies (in progress)
University of Washington | Tacoma, WA

B.A. Sustainable Urban Development
University of Washington | Tacoma, WA