Michelle Duncan

Site Selection GIS Associate

Michelle Duncan is the Founder of Duncan GIS, which provides geographic information services to help people organize, analyze and visualize their data. An example of these is the story map tour she created to time-stamp and geolocate the key events that led to the social movement dubbed the #Blackfish Effect.

She is currently using her GIS skills in the search for possible locations for a seaside sanctuary for the Whale Sanctuary Project.

Michelle is a certified GIS professional with a Master of Science degree in Cultural and Natural Resource Management from Central Washington University. She has more than 12 years’ experience working as a GIS professional in fields ranging from archaeology, engineering and environment, to public health.

She grew up in Washington State watching the orca in their natural environment and believe that all sentient beings should be free.