The founders of Spatial Relationships, a WBE location intelligence firm located in Boston, MA and specializing in GIS Consulting for local governments, share their stance on what's going on in the world and the inner work they have challenged themselves to do to ensure their company is creating change for good.
Managing Partner, Kathryn Brewer, has over 25 years of leading change in the Information Technology field through her unique application of knowledge, processes and people.
Her game-changing contributions with organizational partners include leading roles in operational and process improvement, project and change management, as well as instructional design and training delivery.
While still working diligently in the Information Technology field, Kathryn is now bridging both her professional and personal life by championing Neurodiversity in many arenas, including the workplace. Her goal is to be and lead the change needed to create a workplace where neurodiverse individuals are not only welcome but sought after for their expertise and unique perspectives.
Technical Partner, James Armstrong, brings his expertise in service to smaller communities. He believes in "moving the needle" for these organization through the use of targeted, effective and easy-to-use GIS technology.
His collaboration and leadership efforts have helped to increase GIS education through association with volunteer GIS Professional and higher education organizations. Communicating complex ideas in easy-to-understand ways is his specialty making teaching one of his many GIS-relationed passions.
He understands the importance of teamwork and provides an atmosphere of professionalism to any endeavor. He appreciates that relationships are built one step at a time. By developing working partnerships with individuals and organizations, he helps to strengthen the ability to create win-win outcomes.
At Spatial Relationships, it is important to us to work together to create an environment that is inclusive and diverse for our team of colleagues and clients. Being able to embrace the differences between people and in data allows us the flexibility to bring all kinds of people and knowledge together, creating powerful outcomes.