Throughout the pandemic I found myself in the unique position of being already set in the remote work universe while everyone around me in many professions discovered the flexibility, possibility and challenges of working remotely. I am grateful to my clients during the sometimes chaotic past couple of years for keeping me busy and grounded as the world kept changing around us.
In new client news, in March 2021 I signed on with Sangre de Cristo Electric Association (Buena Vista, CO) to assist in the database and connectivity clean-up for NISC Operation Analytics. Working closely with both NISC and SDCEA we fine-tuned the data model to eliminate DEW errors. Going forward I will also be helping SDCEA to clean up their joint use database and model net meters.
My work continues with Hancock Wood Electric Cooperative in Findlay, OH, Illinois Electric Cooperative in Winchester, IL and Three Lakes Water and Sanitation District in Grand Lake, CO; I have also continued supporting Exponential Engineering Company on multiple GIS-intensive projects.