I’m Sabrina Szeto. I have an expertise in GIS and remote sensing for addressing environmental challenges. My passion lies in helping organizations use GIS and earth observation data to fulfill their missions. Let’s find a time to talk!

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.

Until end-May 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. In my day-to-day work, I translated the power of geospatial technologies into applied solutions for organizations and landowners, while mentoring graduate students through applied research and client projects.

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.