Early last year the Geomatics Association of Nova Scotia (GANS) Executive Director role became vacant . The GANS Board of Directors after several
challenges and distractions over the past year, are delighted to announce the selection of Daniel Bryce as GANS new Administrative Coordinator.
Daniel has worked with non-profits, professional associations, and political organizations for over a decade, as a volunteer, director, founder and employee.
He has organized numerous events from lunch & learns, to art & music festivals, to election campaigns. He hopes the experience he brings will help GANS promote the geomatics sector throughout the province.
With a Master's in Planning from Dalhousie University and a certificate in GIS from the University of the Fraser Valley, Daniel also knows the importance of displaying and analyzing data spatially for successful planning.
He has Planning and GIS experience in Western Kenya, Northern Alberta, Coastal Tanzania, British Columbia, and the Maritimes, Daniel has mapped and analysed information for the benefit of various government, private sector, academic and not-for-profit projects.
In Halifax, Daniel has taught Introductory Geography at Dalhouise University and worked on projects for the Province of Nova Scotia, CBCL, Upland Urban Planning and Design Studio, Urban Perspectives Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning and TEAL Architects on topics related to lidar data collection, spatial data management, park master plans, subdivision development, active transportation, coastal climate change adaptation, social vulnerability and open space planning.
As administrative Coordinator, Daniel will support GANS in achieving its mission and objectives through program development and administration duties. So please join us in welcoming Daniel to the GANS Board.