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Academic background:

Professional experience:

Carto (CartoDB) - New York, NY Solutions Engineer June 2016 – Present

  • Contributing to pre-sales engineering, training, data science services/strategy, post-sales engineering (middleware & Flask application development) to support enterprise sales, renewals & upsells & preliminary work in contextualizing Machine Learning in platform. On-premise install guidance and database connectors (Hive, SQL Server, etc.) for key clients.
  • Post-Sales Engineering/Professional Services setting up for middleware & pre-product integrated feature requirements.
  • Filing issues & fixes in GitHub to platform analysis & data services libraries.
  • GIS data processing (geoprocessing) using python, SQL, PostGIS (& other FOSS4G tools), database management & developing location apps for both clients & internally.
  • Efforts in helping client campaigns & coordinated marketing efforts with > 1 million map views.
  • Piloted program for identifying high profile new signups from strategic enterprises.

Columbia University - New York, NY Senior GIS Analyst, Geographer, Senior Staff Associate, Instructor February 2010 – May 2016

  • GIS data processing (geoprocessing) using python programming, ArcGIS modelbuilder and extensions, database management and GIS data output QA/QC for epidemiology, public health and food environment projects.
  • National Institutes of Health funded research projects that examine the built and social environment, physical activity, food environment, and health outcomes.
  • Project design, publication review and managing of summer and semester GIS interns.
  • Spatial database design, maintenance and implementation.
  • Provide support for other Columbia research projects with spatial components, including a study of childhood asthma, tree allergens as well as studies examining neighborhood influence on health and social outcomes.
  • Work to enhance GIS infrastructure and promote GIS and spatial analysis in teaching and research at Columbia University.

Barnard College - New York, NY Adjunct GIS Instructor January 2012 – Fall 2013

  • Instructed required and non-required GIS course for Barnard Urban Studies majors and non-majors.
  • Assisted students in senior thesis related GIS processing.
  • See Instructed Courses list.

  • QMSS Graduate Program at Columbia University New York, NY Adjunct GIS Instructor Fall 2010

  • Co-instructed GIS course for Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences (QMSS) masters students.
  • See Instructed Courses list.

AECOM Environmental (formerly Earth Tech, inc.) - New York, NY GIS Analyst August 2007 – January 2010

  • Environmental analysis; wetland impacts, storm water modeling and tax parcel analysis for Transit Mode Selection and Transit Mode Analysis for NYS DOT I-287/Tappan Zee Bridge DEIS.
  • Noise and Air EIS projects for Camp Lejeune and Cherry Point.
  • Analysis for the Empire State Development Corporation (Columbia University Rezoning): Manhattanville Neighborhood Conditions Study.
  • U.S. Navy SWTR Environmental Impact Analysis (FEIS/FOEIS) and Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren.
  • Web programming and development for NYS DOT I-287/Tappan Zee Bridge Outreach Website and the Navy’s USWTR Outreach Website.
  • Guam and CNMI Military relocation Base FEIS/FOEIS.

IVI Due Diligence, Inc. - White Plains, NY GIS Specialist/Project Manager March 2007 – August 2007

  • Performed viewshed analysis for NEPA/Phase I project areas.
  • Designed & Implemented GIS data storage schema.
  • Prepared NEPA/Section 106 Cell Antenna Reports for Tel-Com Clients.
  • Assisted Phase I Project Managers projects for lending institutions.

Bergmann Associates - Rochester, NY GIS Specialist/Technician May 2006 – January 2007

  • Provided project support for ESRI Authorized Consultants, Instructors, and Developers.
  • Created and managed extensive GIS database of Monroe County Apartment unit locations for 911 applications.
  • Managed Orthoimagery database using GeoExpress and aerial map support for building and transportation engineers.
  • Tested custom GIS applications.
  • Implemented Geodatabase design for Ontario Co. CLSD.

Genesee Finger Lakes Regional Planning Council - Rochester, NY GIS Planning Intern Fall 2004 – Internship

  • GIS/Watershed planning.
  • Created building and impervious surface coverage for Arcade, NY.
  • Local watershed law analysis for the region’s municipalities.

Westchester County Planning Department - White Plains, NY GIS Planning Intern Summer 2004 – Internship

  • Updated county-wide zoning building regulations using Microsoft Access and ArcGIS.
  • Compared municipalities in Croton Watershed’s zoning regulations and created text and charts to be included in the Croton Watershed Plan.
  • Investigated municipality zoning map issues using GIS.

Instructed courses:

Sample course website

  • The Epidemiology and Population Health Summer Institute at Columbia University (EPIC) – Spring 2014 - New York, NY Geographic Information Systems (20-hour course)

  • The Epidemiology and Population Health Summer Institute at Columbia University (EPIC) – Spring 2013 - New York, NY Geographic Information Systems (20-hour course)

  • Barnard College – Spring 2013 - New York, NY Spatial Analysis: GIS Methods and Urban Case Studies -URBS V 3200

  • Barnard College – Fall 2012 - New York, NY Spatial Analysis: GIS Methods and Urban Case Studies - URBS V 3200

  • The Epidemiology and Population Health Summer Institute at Columbia University (EPIC) – Spring 2012 - New York, NY Geographic Information Systems (20-hour course)

  • Barnard College – Spring 2012 - New York, NY Introduction to GIS - URBS V 2200

  • The Epidemiology and Population Health Summer Institute at Columbia University (EPIC) – Spring 2012 - New York, NY Geographic Information Systems (40-hour course – co-instructed with James Quinn)

  • Columbia University - Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences (QMSS) - New York, NY – Fall 2010 GIS Spatial Analysis - QMSS G 4070 (co-instructed with James Connolly, PhD)

  • Bergmann Associates – Summer 2007 - Rochester, NY - Teaching Assistant - ESRI’s Introduction to ArcGIS I & ArcGIS II

Guest lectures:

  • Barnard College New York, NY Barnard College: Life After College Series 2013.07.10 - Geographic Information Systems: An Introduction – for high school summer students.

  • Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences (QMSS) New York, NY Columbia University 2012.10 - Geographic Information Systems: Shake Hands with GIS – for QMSS graduate students.

  • Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy (ISERP) New York, NY Columbia University 2012.07 - Geographic Information Systems: An Introduction – for college/high school summer interns.

  • Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy (ISERP) New York, NY Columbia University 2012.03 - An Introduction to GIS & Discussion – for Masters students and undergraduates - co-presented with James Quinn.

  • Barnard College: Urban Studies New York, NY 2011.04 – GIS applications of the Built Environment & Health Project - for GIS Methods and Urban Case Studies class

Publications:


Google Scholar - https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=K6iTYsUAAAAJ&hl=en

ResearchGate - https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Daniel_Sheehan3

Ongoing research projects:

  • NYC DOH PAT/GPS Project
  • NETs business data multi-tiered geocoding project
  • Longitudinal hospital geocoding/census project
  • NY Academy of Medicine: MSM Project
  • ATN: HIV/AIDS Project
  • Fragile Families geoprocessing/data reconciliation

Past research projects:

  • RWJF Active Living Research (Andrew Rundle) Built Environment and Childhood Fitness and Overweight in New York City
  • NEMS-R New York City
  • NYC DOH CHS Project
  • Project for Public Spaces: 8 City Farmer’s Market Study
  • Detroit Neighborhood Health Study
  • Detroit Prostate Cancer Study
  • Partnerships for Environmental Public Health (PEPH): NIEHS: NIH
  • ASPIRA: Analyzing Potential Community Garden Sites in the South Bronx
  • Community District 4: Mapping Existing and Potential Sites for Alternative Food Outlets in Bushwick
  • Transportation Alternatives: Analyzing the Need for Play Streets near Public and Private Schools in The Bronx
  • NYC Parks Accessibility: Measuring Accessibility and Environmental Impediments
  • The Point: Analyzing Community Access to Parks and Green Space in the South Bronx

In the news:

Notable environmental impact statement (eis) projects:

  • Tappan Zee Bridge/I-287 Corridor Project
  • Environmental Services Camp Marine Corps Base Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point
  • Guam Naval Base
  • Undersea Warfare Training Range for the U.S. Navy

Continuing education:

Professional courses attended:

  • AWS Bootcamp: Architecting Highly Available Applications on AWS
  • AWS Bootcamp: Getting Started with AWS - Technical
  • ESRI’s Introduction to ArcGIS I
  • ESRI’s Introduction to ArcGIS II
  • National Preservation Institute’s Introduction to Section 106
  • New York State Certified Asbestos Inspector (2007)
  • ACEC Green Buildings in NY State LEED 2 Prof. Hrs.
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