Research Specialist, Center for Spatial Data Science

Marynia's dissertation work proposes a spatial data science framework for evaluation applications, with space serving as the place for integration of research design and methodology, data infrastructure, and decision-making. As an integral aspect of community engagement, she collaborates with the Chicago Department of Public Health and community organizations to develop and improve integrated civic technology systems for data exploration and more effective analysis. She serves as a graduate board member on the Health and Medical Geography Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers, and was the first Wellness Director for the Graduate and Professional Student Association at ASU.