Diana Stuart Sinton is a geographer interested in spatial literacy, teaching and learning GIS, and applying the tools of spatial thinking to address issues and ideas around the world. Check out her book, The People’s Guide to Spatial Thinking.
Since 2013, Diana has been the Executive Director of the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS). She also teaches at Cornell University and writes about geospatial education and research topics for Directions Magazine.
In 2013, she launched teachGIS.org and serves as its head honcho.
Occasionally you’ll find posts here about other parts of her life: quilting, young adult children, trail running. And laughing about this absurdly amusing world that we all have to live in together.