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HIGICC Annual Meeting
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
3pm - 4:30pm
Gordon Biersch, Aloha Tower Marketplace, Oahu

Presentations from the 2011 Annual Meeting can be found on the 'Presentations' link on this website. Here are the 2010-2011 Annual Report and the 2012 proposed budget that was subsequently adopted by the Board.

2011 Board
Left: Members of the 2011-2012 Board meet to elect officers (l to r: Royce Jones, Alexa Jacroux Biggs, Rich Nezelek, Craig Clouet, Dan McNulty-Huffman, and Joan Delos Santos -- not pictured: Isla Young, Derek Masaki, Jamie Carter, and Ken Schmidt); Center: Henry Wolter, USGS Liaison was the winner of this year's President's Award, with him is the outgoing President, Arthur Buto; Right: Kosta Stamoulis, a graduate student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa was one of two Mark Lierman Memorial Scholarship awardees, pictured with him from the left are Isla Young [MEDB-WIT] and Carol Kennedy [Maui Electric], who were this year's Scholarship Working Group, and Ken Schmidt [GIS Coordinator for the C&C of Honolulu], who worked with Mark Lierman; Not pictured is Elena Abe from Maui, currently attending Oregon State University, the second scholarship awardee.

Left: Joan Delos Santos [DBEDT-OP] was presented an "HIGICC Rockstar" award; Center: Royce Jones [ESRI], incoming President, was another "Rockstar;" and Right: Alexa Jacroux Biggs [TAIC] rounds out the trio of "HIGICC Rockstars."

is a private non-profit organization of professionals and students from the federal, state, county, education, and private sectors of Hawai'i's GIS community. Our goal is to provide coordination of GIS activities among a wide range of GIS users in order to avoid duplication of effort, promote data sharing, and maintain data standards throughout the state.

HIGICC strives to bring together and continue to build the geographic community into a cohesive, recognized coordinating body that facilitates the use, development, sharing, and management of geographic data and communicates the value of geographic
information to citizens and decision-makers. In the State of Hawaii, GIS is recognized and effectively used as an invaluable tool by the government, business and the citizens for understanding and managing our aina (environment). The Hawaii GICC is a shared mechanism for the diverse community to identify, explore, and solve problems using geospatial technology and information.
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