Brian Wooley (GIS 200, GIS 201) is an adjunct associate professor at NOVA, where he teaches GIS.
Mr. Wooley has 8 years of GIS experience working in local government. He spent two years as a GIS Analyst working for the City of Portsmouth, VA and has spent the last six years working as the GIS Street Centerline Coordinator for Loudoun County, VA. In Loudoun, he has successfully integrated GIS street and address data into the County’s EnRoute Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system which allows for accurate address validation when citizens call 911 for assistance. In addition, Mr. Wooley has implemented the EnRoute Mapping software in the County’s 911-Dispatch Center. This allows dispatchers to plot the XY-coordinates of incoming 911-calls from cellular and landline phones on a map. Mr. Wooley has enhanced Loudoun County’s GIS street centerline dataset to provide routing capabilities. The GIS routable street centerline dataset is being utilized in public safety vehicles to provide accurate routing to emergency incidents.
- BA (Environmental Science, Spanish Language and Literature) University of Virginia
- Graduate Certificate (Geographic Information Systems) George Mason University
- MS (Geographic and Cartographic Sciences) George Mason University