Nina recently joined US Agency for International Development (USAID)’s GeoCenter where she provides cartographic and geovisualization services to support USAID Missions. Previous to this position, she worked for 5 years at USAID's Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance as a Geographic Information Officer for the Asia Regional Portfolio. There, she provided map support and data analysis to aid in the response to declarations of humanitarian need. Nina created complex geographic products including Factsheet program maps, Disaster Declaration maps, Briefing maps, Interactive maps and more. Additionally, she supported projects including the Libya RMT, Pakistan RMT, Afghanistan RMT, Burma & Bangladesh response, East Asia Pacific team, and co-ran BHA’s Data, Analysis and Visualization Community of Practice (DAVCoP). Alongside her work at USAID, she is also an adjunct professor at The George Washington University where she teaches “Cartography & Geovisualization”. Nina truly enjoys the art of taking complex geographic information and making it into a map that can be beautifully visualized, easily understood, and properly implemented.