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Welcome to the event site for URISA’s 2019 Caribbean GIS Conference in Trinidad! 
Use this site to design your agenda, review presentations in-depth, and network with your peers.
Start reviewing the comprehensive workshop and training opportunities, the keynote addresses, professional development and networking events, and the abundance of concurrent breakout sessions in several focused program tracks:
  • Environmental Applications using Geospatial Technologies
  • Managing How Humans Impact the Community
  • Technological Advances in GIS
  • Governance, Education and the Future of GIS
  • Business Intelligence

Note that creating an attendee profile within Sched DOES NOT REGISTER you for the conference or specific workshops.
For registration and hotel information, click  HERE.   
For information about exhibiting at and sponsoring #CaribbeanGIS 2019, click HERE 
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Valrie Grant, GISP

GeoTechVision
Managing Director
Kingston, Jamaica

Valrie Grant is the founder and Managing Director of GeoTechVision Enterprises Ltd. She earned a BSc. Degree in Geology from the University of West Indies and a MSc. in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Environment from the Manchester Metropolitan University and is also a certified GIS Professional (GISP).


Ms. Grant has over 15 years of experience as a Geospatial Analyst, Spatial Technologies and Policy Consultant with engagements spanning several territories across the Caribbean region. Ms. Grant is the current president of the Caribbean URISA Chapter and was awarded the prestigious National Commercial Bank’s “Women in Business” Award for 2013 in Jamaica. She is also the Commonwealth Business Woman of the year and currently serves as the Commonwealth Business Woman Ambassador. She serves as a member of the GIS Management Institute (GMI) Committee and has affiliations and memberships with several other geospatial bodies including URISA, GSDI, Land Information Council of Jamaica (LICJ) and Jamaica GIS Society (JAMGISS). Her geospatial expertise is well respected across the Caribbean and Latin American region.