Todd Tucky (GISP)
Owner / Senior Consultant
Heartland GIS started in 2009 to provide GIS services to groups and associations that needed GIS in their operations, but could not budget for a GIS system and staff. That model has served as the basis for Heartland GIS since that time and has grown to providing GIS support and services to clients across the United States. Heartland GIS staff has been utilizing GIS technologies for over 22+ years. We have managed many GIS projects and have designed several award winning GIS systems that are still in use today. Along with consulting work for several state’s agricultural associations and the Ohio GIS Support Center (OGRIP), Ohio Historic Preservation Office (OHPO) I was the primary author for the State of Ohio statewide GIS strategic plan. Heartland GIS is an ESRI Silver Partner.
Agricultural Communications Specialist
Hannah grew up on a registered Limousin cattle farm in central Ohio that inspired her to pursue a career that promotes the agriculture industry.Hannah continues to be active in showing cattle from her farm and can be found on the weekends at various cattle sales in the State and beyond.Hannah graduated from Wilmington College with a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Communications. As Heartland’s Agricultural Communications Specialist, Hannah works closely with organizations and businesses to promote commodities and engage those in various agriculture and public sectors. Hannah’s technical background includes development of infographics, Story Maps customized to each organization’s mission.
Chelsea grew up in Central Ohio. She graduated summa cum laude from Capital University where she majored in computer science and minored in mathematics. Chelsea continued her education, studying Geographic Information Systems at Columbus State. As part of her program at Columbus State, she completed an internship at Heartland GIS and later joined their team fulltime. Her attention to detail and general knowledge in computer science has served her well in this position.