Hannah Dempsey is a recent graduate from The College of William & Mary with a B.S. and B.A. in Ecology & GIS and Environmental Policy respectively. She was the data visualization team lead at AidData and served as virtual intern for USAID's Office of Transition Initiatives. Her GIS and remote sensing research includes studying Armenian fish farm proliferation, using the NDVI to examine global deforestation, and analyzing nighttime light changes over time as a proxy for human disturbance. In the next few years she hopes to perfect her cartography design skills and become a coding guru to automate her data aggregation. Hannah will be working with USAID/Nepal to design and implement geospatial analyses using data from the Nepal's Aid Management Platform.