Jack Dangermond

Geographic Information Systems pioneer
Jack Dangermond cofounded ESRI and believes that geospatial thinking will help us preserve the health of the Earth’s complex systems.

Why you should listen

Jack Dangermond is the founder and president of Esri, a geographic information system software company. With a background in landscape architecture and urban design, he and his wife, Laura, founded Esri in 1969 with the idea that computer-based mapping and analysis could help people and organizations understand the world and make better decisions using geographic data.

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