Daniel Sheehan is a GIS programmer and analyst and leads the MIT GIS Services group. He has helped people work with GIS in the MIT GIS Lab, in the classroom, and out in the field for the past 15 years. He spent the prior decade helping researchers use GIS at the Woods Hole Lab of the National Marine Fisheries Service and the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Outside of work he enjoys his family and riding his bike when he has time.
Paxton LaJoie is the GIS Specialist in Education and Practice for MIT Libraries. She has a background in environmental science and specializes in remote sensing analysis. Prior to joining the MIT Libraries, she conducted research using GIS and remote sensing analyses to assess environmental concerns under NASA's Applied Sciences Capacity Building program. Outside of work she enjoys reading and competitive gaming.