Keri Klinges is a Research Coordinator on the Raster Foundry and Cicero teams.
She is passionate about geospatial data-driven solutions for environmental and social problems, especially in an urban context. She earned both her Bachelor’s in Geology and Master’s in Geographic Information Systems from Temple University.
Prior to joining Azavea, Keri worked as an environmental planning intern at the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, where she contributed to community forestry, healthy communities, and regional trails planning projects through research, data analysis, and cartography. She has also worked as a research assistant for the Water, Health, and Applied Microbiology Lab in Temple’s College of Public Health and as a STEM mentor for the Girls in Science & Technology program at the American Helicopter Museum in West Chester.
Outside of work, you can find her collecting rocks and minerals, listening to podcasts, trying to keep her plants alive, or hanging out with her partner and her cat.