KGS geologist William Andrews is the president-elect of the Kentucky Association of Mapping Professionals
Kentucky Geological Survey geologist William Andrews was recently elected to serve as president-elect of the Kentucky Association of Mapping Professionals, or KAMP, for 2021. Andrews is “very excited and honored for the opportunity to serve the geospatial community in Kentucky, alongside the leadership team of KAMP, and to continue the essential services of geospatial education, training, outreach, and professional networking the association has provided for many years.”
As president-elect, Andrews will support the work of current president, Andrew McKinney, and the other members of the KAMP Executive Board. In 2022, Andrews will assume the role of president, serving as chair of the association and presiding at the annual meeting, special meetings, and meetings of the Executive Board. Prior to this role, Andrews served as an at-large director on the Executive Board from 2019–2020.
KAMP is the commonwealth’s organization for the geospatial community and welcomes professionals and students involved with the collection, processing, analysis, use, and maintenance of geospatial information in all levels of government, academia, and the private sector. Visit the KAMP website to learn more about their quarterly meetings, workshops and training opportunities, and annual GIS Conference, kampro.org.