Sorry, this CartoTalk was cancelled. We will let you know as soon there is a replacement date.
We are proud to host a CartoTalk by Kaitlin Yarnall on Tuesday, 3 May 2016, where she will talk about cartography at National Geographic.
Kaitlin Yarnall is the Deputy Director for the Centers of Excellence in Journalism, Mapping and Photography at the National Geographic Society. She oversees programs, funding, and outreach in these core storytelling areas. Kaitlin has previously held the roles of Executive Editor of National Geographic Magazine, Director of Cartography, and Deputy Creative Director. She was also the lead editorial manager for National Geographic’s very successful food initiative and was deeply involved in conceptualizing the storytelling for past series on urban impacts and population. She has been with National Geographic for eleven years. She studied Spanish literature and geography at Humboldt State University and earned her MA in geography from the George Washington University. A native of Eureka, California, Kaitlin lives in Washington DC. – more about Kaitlin