Pangaea Geospatial, operating as Pangaea Cartographic, has been providing GIS consulting services since 2007. Pangaea’s staff is highly qualified and dedicated to our clients.
Caitlin is a certified GIS Professional with over 30 years of experience and is the owner of Pangaea Geospatial. She has a Masters in GIS Management (Salisbury University, 2013) and a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology (Fort Lewis College, 1987.) She has applied GIS technologies in minerals exploration and geologic investigations for over 10 years and in local government for more than 20 years. Through these diverse working environments, Caitlin has amassed a great understanding of the needs of geologic and environmental scientists, city and county planners, politicians, small business owners, rural water and waste water operators, and citizens. For more information visit Caitlin Bernier on LinkedIn.
Tina has over 16 years of experience in local government working in many capacities and in different departments. Serving citizens in such varied capacities gives her a well-rounded foundation of knowledge including understanding the needs of citizens, employees, management and elected officials. It was her passion for infrastructure and asset management that brought her to GIS. Tina has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Western State Colorado University, a Master’s Certificate from Cornell University in Human Resources, is currently attending Michigan State University to earn a Professional Certificate in GIS and holds an OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Professional Certification.
Nathan graduated with a B.S. in Cartography and GIS from Brigham Young University in 1996, and began his professional work as a certified cadastral mapper in the State of Utah. Having worked for large and small consulting firms supporting local, state and federal government early in his career, after the September 11th 2001 terrorist attacks he spent ten years in direct support for the US Air Force GeoBase program at Air Force Space Command at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado, followed by four years working for the State of Colorado Governor’s Office of Information Technology. His career strengths have been in measuring data quality and in applying GIS technology in support of fundamental functions for local, state and federal government agencies, large and small. In recent years has been pursuing a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and providing primary care for his adult non-verbal autistic son. He loves to sing and arrange music for vocal ensembles.
Other team members brought in for special projects include Pete Magee of Integrated Land Services and David “Barney” Barnett of Singletrack Trails.
Caitlin Bernier and Tina Woodrum are active members of GIS Colorado. Caitlin has served as a Board Member for GIS Colorado for the past 6 years and is the current Treasurer.