A Meeks

Angeline Meeks

Director, Cartography

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Angeline is a third generation Floridian who was raised to appreciate and respect Florida’s wild spaces. She brings these values to her work as a cartographer and storyteller where she combines her love of maps, data, and nature to tell stories about wild Florida. Angeline received her B.A. in Political Science from the University of Central Florida and completed her MSc in Environmental Informatics at the University of Leicester. Her previous experience includes Archbold Biological Station, the Sea Turtle Conservancy, and the Howard T. Odum Florida Springs Institute. When she’s not making maps, you can find Angeline in/on/under the water, camping, playing music, or poking around antique stores. For Angeline, Live Wildly means finding the wild, wherever you are.