Anna C Zerr
Anna C Zerr
Associates of Applied Science, Geographic Information Systems (2015)
Machinist I diploma, Tennessee College of Applied Technology (2011)
BA, Bible, Johnson University (1992)
Research Experience and Interests
Ms. Zerr joined the Geographic Information Science and Technology Group in September of 2015. She is currently on the Population Distribution and Dynamics Team, focusing on settlement mapping initiatives. She assists in the collection and development in data for the Land Scan HD project.
While completing her associates degree, Ms. Zerr did a number of projects for classes as well as for the honors program. Those projects included a study of the Grizzlies of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and creating a map of free, charitable, and sliding scale clinics throughout Tennessee that is currently in use by the doctors and nurses working with Remote Area Medical.
Prior to joining the GIST group, Ms. Zerr held jobs as both a machinist and as a computer technician.
Ms. Zerr is interested in using remote sensing and GIS for various applications including wildlife conservation with a specific interest in endangered species, habitat management, the effects of climatological change on wildlife, and wildlife trafficking.
09/2015 – Present, subcontractor, Ingenium Professional Services
01/2016, Volunteer Cartographer for Tennessee Charitable Care Network
01/2015 – Present, Volunteer Cartographer for Star Lakavage of Remote Area Medical
Graduated Summa Cum Laude with an Honors Associates of Applied Science, Roane State Community College, 2015
Dean's List, Roane State Community College, Fall 2014, Spring 2015
President's List Roane State Community College, Fall 2014, Spring 2015
Graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts, Johnson University, 1992