Sachi is a GIS analyst and urban geographer. She works at the intersection of data analytics and community mobilization. Her background is in community geography, where she has worked to build partnerships between community groups and researchers/data analysts in the Portland Metro area. She is interested in finding ways to make GIS tools, maps, and data more accessible to everyday people. When she is not slouched over in an office chair squinting her eyes at the computer screen, she enjoys lifting weights and being outside looking at plants and bugs.
Isnardo is a computer science student with a focus on web development. His background is in GIS and mapping. Isnardo’s aspiration is to become a full stack developer, to write programs that service like minded people and help social justice movements. Isnardo is proud to say that he started as a mentee in the Portland State University’s computer science mentorship program, and now he is a mentor. He also enjoys working out at the gym and break dancing.
Jess serves as Administrative Coordinator for MAC. She has an administrative background in behavioral health and healthcare and a parallel background in illustration and cartooning. She is passionate about improving accessibility of services to under-served communities. Jess has lived in unincorporated Washington County for 12 years with two small, bored parrots who have taught her to abandon functional fixedness: just as a hammer is also a crowbar, a rolling pin and an entirely unironic objet d’art a beak is also a can-opener, a percussion instrument, and a tool for involuntary outpatient surgery.
Growing up in Portland’s Concordia neighborhood, Clement has experienced Portland’s life-cycle from quirky, off-beat hamlet in the Pacific Northwest to gentrified up-and-coming metropolis to one of the most interesting and complex cities in the U.S. as it pertains to social, racial and economic issues.
He received his bachelor’s in environmental science from the University of Portland and his graduate certificate in GIS from Portland State University. Clement is interested in water resource issues and mapping sociological phenomena like gentrification and transportation networks. He currently works for TrimbleMAPS as a GIS Analyst. When this guy isn’t mapping, you will hear him celebrating (or bemoaning) being a Trail Blazers fan, thinking of mapping projects, telling you why Meyers Leonard was the most controversial Blazer since 2001, or perfecting pozole verde recipes.
Lauren is a Portland State University Geography/GIS graduate student and a GIS tutor at Portland Community College. Lauren loves to collaborate with folks on community lead projects and hopes to continue to support her local and global community in any way she can. In her downtime, Lauren enjoys reading sci-fi/fantasy, skateboarding, and making art.
Winter is a software engineer with a focus in front end web development and design. They joined the Mapping Action Collective in 2020 to work on the Rose City Resource Guide, and they’ve been actively creating and supporting community resource mapping software ever since.
Winter has a passion for web accessibility and disability justice, as well as increasing access to health and mental health care for everyone.