Caroline Davis is an undergraduate at William and Mary majoring in Economics and Mathematics. As a research assistant on the Reform Incentives Project (now AidData's Survey Practice Team), she was significantly involved in the implementation and analysis of the 2014 Reform Efforts Survey. Caroline also uses GIS in the W&M Economics department to digitize historical maps of Java for the purpose of studying the effect of private land ownership on Java's long-term economic outcomes. She is interested in using spatial data to inform problems such as natural disaster resilience and relief allocation. Caroline will be working at the Affiliated Network for Social Accountability in East Asia and the Pacific (ANSA-EAP) in the Philippines this summer on their Citizen Participatory Audit project. She will assist in creating a platform for mapping government-funded infrastructure to help audit allocations for disaster response and mitigation.