I started being involved in HOT’s mapping projects in late 2016 when I joined a resiliency project to map 17 priority provinces (most vulnerable to typhoon/flooding) in the Philippines. Back in 2015, I was one of the GIS Specialists for WebSAFE (Web-based Scenario Assessment of Hazards For Emergencies) Project, a localized version of InaSAFE, where we used OSM data for exposure layer (building footprints). Since then, I have been involved in various OpenStreetMap training physically and online, with Local Government Units (LGUs), students and faculties, Local/Nonprofit/government Organizations, local communities, and mapping volunteers in the Philippines.
In 2018 I met my husband at the State of the Map - Milan conference and in 2019 we were married and had our son. I am a member of GeoLadies PH, an advocacy group for community diversity, collaborative participation, and affirmative spaces especially for women, and under-represented communities in OpenStreetMap.
I am passionate about building inclusive spaces in the OSM community - where the communities that we serve and map are prioritized, listened to, and are able to voice their concerns. The best map of the world should be the best (and inclusive) space for all.
Call for Applications: DataCamp Donates x Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team Scholarship
HOT is partnering with DataCamp Donates to provide free data education and recognize dedicated humanitarian open mapping contributors.
Honoring Angela Teyvi, a Leader, Mentor, and Friend
Today, I celebrate a leader, mentor, and a friend, Angela Teyvi.
HOT CommunityWG x Tech&InnovationWG Communications Skillshare Series - what a blast to start the year!
THANK YOU FOR JOINING our Communications Skillshare Series!
The Language Localization Project: Enabling Inclusion and Participation
Together with the local communities and contributors from Vietnam, Madagascar, and Mozambique, as well as the Open Mapping Hubs in the Asia-Pacific and East & Southern Africa, the Localization Project aims to develop baseline data to inform a self-sustainable Localization Strategy. We aim to bridge the gap between language and accessibility of Humanitarian Open Mapping resources.
Why and How: Challenging Sexism and Misogyny in the Open Mapping Ecosystem
In honor of the 2021 International Women’s Day and Women History Month, the HOT Community Working Group (WG) organized two webinars: #ChooseToChallenge: Sexism and...
Introducing the HOT Community Team
Over the past few months, HOT has assembled a six-person community team to support humanitarian OpenStreetMap community growth across 94 countries. Meet the members and welcome them to the HOT staff team.
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