Mary Beth Cunha’s cartographic epiphany occurred as an undergraduate student when she realized that making great maps combined her childhood passions for mathematics and design. Her 30-year career includes positions with the National Park Service, California Natural Diversity Data Base, USGS Earth Resources Observation & Science Alaska Field Office, UC Davis, Allan Cartography, and private consulting.
She is now a lecturer in Geospatial Science at California's Humboldt State University. Her former students have earned positions with National Geographic, the Washington Post, Apple, Microsoft, Map Zen, the national parks, consulting firms, and planning agencies.
Mary Beth travels extensively across the globe, using cartography as a lens to view the natural and human landscape.
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