Emily has more than 18 years of experience working with topographic and topobathymetric lidar data. She specializes in geospatial project planning and management, QA/QC of topographic and bathymetric data, and creation of a variety of digital mapping products using various software platforms. Emily is a member of ASPRS and has presented at the ASPRS annual meeting as well as other at other industry venues such as Coastal GeoTools and GeoWeek. From 2007 to 2014, she co-authored more than 35 data series and reports for USGS and helped manage operations and data production of the NASA/USGS EAARL sensor for the USGS Coastal Program. Since 2014 she has managed numerous topobathymetric and topographic lidar projects for USGS, NOAA and SWFWMD, in addition to other remote sensing projects, and has published articles in LiDAR Magazine and the Florida Scientist.