I’m Sabrina Szeto and I’m looking to start a career as an independent geospatial consultant. I have an expertise in GIS and remote sensing for addressing environmental challenges. With a background in anthropology and forestry, I have a strong interest in understanding ecosystems and societies. I am also a developer on the Google Earth Engine platform for large-scale spatial analyses through the cloud.
My passion lies in helping organizations use GIS and earth observation data to fulfill their missions. I’m open to connecting about potential projects. Let’s find a time to talk!
Up until June 2019, I was the geospatial analyst at the Ucross High Plains Stewardship Initiative @ Yale F&ES. There, I founded Earth Engine @ Yale, a weekly working group for Earth Engine users in Fall 2017.
Previously, I worked at the Housing Development Fund in Stamford, CT on residential energy efficiency policy and finance. At HDF, I managed a residential energy efficiency stakeholder engagement process involving 60 stakeholders from public, private and civic sectors and implemented a $1.5M energy efficiency retrofit loan program for low-income households. I passed the Chartered Financial Analyst Level One exam in June 2014.