Kentucky Geographer Named to National Research Council Mapping Science Committee

nabrandSusan Carson Lambert, a Geographer of RE Strategies, LLC has been tapped to serve a 3 year term on the Mapping Science Committee of the National Research Council and the National Academy of Science.   The Mapping Science Committee organizes and oversees National Research Council studies that provide independent advice to society and to government at all levels on geospatial science, technology, and policy. It also addresses aspects of geographic information science that deal with the acquisition, integration, storage, distribution, and use of spatial data. Through its studies, the committee promotes the informed and responsible development and use of spatial data for the benefit of society.

Ms. Lambert, a long time employee of the U.S. Geological Survey also served in the Patton and Fletcher administrations as the Executive Director of the KY State Office of Geographic Information and as the Principal Investigator on several prominent Federal research projects funded by NASA and EPA.  She currently is co-owner and Chief Operating Officer of Renewable Energy Strategies, LLC, a renewable energy consulting company based in Frankfort KY.

For additional information on Ms. Lambert’s appointment contact Tony Moreno at or by telephone at 502 352-2770.  To find information about the Mapping Science Committee and their work see their website: