Breece Robertson joined The Trust for Public Land in 2001 to create a comprehensive, coordinated GIS program for the national land conservation organization. Robertson is the National Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Director for The Trust for Public Land. She joined The Trust for Public Land in 2001 to create a comprehensive, coordinated GIS program for the national land conservation organization. Today she provides leadership for the trust’s Enterprise GIS program that is the leading provider of “Land for People” science in the country. Robertson manages a cutting-edge team of GIS staff and consultants nationwide. The team works on projects ranging from city and county open space plans to multi-jurisdictional modeling efforts that cover a wide range of “Land for People” issues like park and recreation access, health disparities, making cities “climate-smart”, protecting clean drinking water and connecting communities. Esri, the world’s leader in developing geographic information system (GIS) technology, twice has honored our GIS service for innovation in helping communities meet park and conservation goals. In 2006, The Trust for Public Land was awarded the Esri Special Achievement in GIS award and in 2012, the “Making a Difference” award – a prestigious presidential award. She presents at conferences annually around the country and is featured in and has authored many publications.