Grace Henson, a sophomore geography major, has been awarded the Reinventing Geospatial (RGi) Scholarship for Geospatial and Engineering by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF). According to Henson’s profile on the USGIF’s magazine, Trajectory, Henson was introduced to geographical information systems by the U.S. Army Geospatial Engineering school in 2020, and has an interest in cartography, biogeography and environmental planning. Henson serves as a GIS analyst, spending the past four years providing geospatial support to the Texas Army National Guard both overseas and at home. Congratulations, Grace!
Reinventing Geospatial (RGi) CEO Stephen Gillotte joins United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) Board of Director.
Reinventing Geospatial (RGi) is proud to announce that our CEO, Stephen Gillotte has joined the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) Board of Directors. In this role, Stephen will continue to work issues of interest to the startup and small business geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) community of Interest (COI).
“Reinventing” means we must continually strive to do better through innovation, engagement, rapid delivery, and efficiency of use…we cannot, and do not, accept the status quo as a limiter. “It feels great”, Stephen said, “to continue to volunteer my time across the startup and small business community by engaging as both a member of the USGIF Board of Directors and a cochair of the USGIF Small Business Advisory (SBA) Working Group. I’m looking forward to continuing our efforts to represent the broader interests of the startup and small business community in this important educational foundation.”
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The Intelligence and National Security Foundation (INSF) today announced the creation of a new scholarship aimed at supporting neurodiverse students pursuing college degrees in an intelligence and national security-focused field of study.
The Reinventing Geospatial, Inc. (RGi) Scholarship will provide a $10,000 award annually over the next 10 years to an undergraduate (rising sophomore to senior) who has a neurodiversity diagnosis and is pursuing a four-year bachelor’s degree at an accredited college or university.