Andy Murdock has won the 2015 Association for Geographic Information’s Exceptional Service Award at the AGI Awards for Geospatial Excellence last week. Andy was recgonised “For his tremendous commitment to getting the Early Careers Network group off the ground over the last year leading a webinar, meetings and a survey amongst the younger AGI professionals, along with his dedication to spearheading the organisation of this Awards ceremony event, while continuing with his day job as a Project Manager at APMGeo”.
Andy remarked “I’m delighted to accept this award on behalf of all the volunteers who give their time to support the AGI Mission. The success of the Early Careers Network this year is thanks to the hard work and dedication of not only the core AGI and ECN teams but also to our partners at Royal Geographical Society and in the various businesses and universities who have lent their support. We are excited about the future programme we are putting in place for ECN and are very proud that our efforts so far have been recognised with this award”.
To see a summary of the event a ful list of winners go to the AGI Awards Pages.