Holly Knox, GISP, B.A., is a geospatial analyst with Davey Resource Group applying GIS technology to environmental analysis. Ms. Knox currently plays a key role in the setup, testing, and programming custom input forms for our mobile mapping projects utilizing Davey’s ArcPad field collection programs. Her routine work involves data and imagery acquisition, manipulation, interpretation, and conversion. Mrs. Knox is also responsible for the creation of field maps and final cartographic products for many ecological, urban forestry, and utility mapping projects.
Since 2009, Ms. Knox has been involved in all quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) processes for urban tree canopy (UTC) analysis projects. She generates statistical reports and final cartographic map outputs for land cover assessments and i-Tree analyses. Ms. Knox also has experience and knowledge with AutoCAD®, as well as the utilization and support of mobile mapping hardware and global positioning systems (GPS).
Ms. Knox holds a Bachelor of Arts in Geography from Kent State University with an emphasis on Natural Resource Management and Conservation, as well as a minor in Anthropology. She is a member of the Ohio Urban Regional System Association (URISA) Ohio Chapter, GIS Users of Northern Ohio (GUONO), Ravenna Ohio Shade Tree Commission, and the Gamma Theta Upsilon, a National Geography Honors Organization and currently enrolled in the graduate program at American Sentinel University. She joined Davey Resource Group in May of 2008.