Kristin M. Quinn

Writer, Editor, Content Marketer, Project Manager

I'm an award-winning marketing communications professional with a decade of experience in writing, editing, and project management. I'm detail oriented and adept at juggling multiple tasks and projects at one time. My areas of expertise include communicating complex subject matter to diverse audiences, content marketing and storytelling, managing multiple stakeholders, mentoring writers, coordinating with design and multimedia teams, and public/media relations.

Portfolio

Web Exclusives

Big Data from Small Sats
Experts discuss solutions for analyzing the deluge of imagery and information derived from commercial small satellites
GEOINT Meets Artificial Intelligence
Machine learning has accelerated in recent years and has been especially celebrated in the case of deep learning.
Blue Compass Hosts Nationwide Hackathons
Blue Compass is hosting a series of hackathons on behalf of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, aiming to reach talented individuals beyond the D.C. beltway.
NOAA's First GOES-R Weather Satellite Reaches Orbit
NOAA's new advanced weather satellite will scan the hemisphere five times faster and at four times higher resolution than current systems.
The Value of Small Sats
As the federal government undergoes a sweeping administrative transition, the need for commercial space initiatives will remain steady.
Embracing Data Science
When the National Geospatial-Intelligence College held open enrollment for its first data science classes, the slots filled up in record time.
DigitalGlobe to Acquire Radiant
Combination to bring new contracts, customers, and developers.
Designing for the End User
Nearly 40,000 IBM employees practice design thinking-a human-centric process of creating products specifically to meet user needs by applying empathy and insight.
A New Approach to Human Geography
Satellite imagery is an untapped resource for understanding human geography.
Experts Gather at ENVI Analytics Symposium
When remote sensing, GIS, and data science intersect they create the emerging field of geospatial analytics.

Feature Writing

Future Framework
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's new St. Louis facility will usher the Intelligence Community into an era of open-source information and mobility.
Modern Slavery
Cognitive computing and geospatial technology help law enforcement track, locate, and rescue human trafficking victims.
A Global Intelligence Enterprise
In 2005, soldiers in war-torn Iraq reported spending 90 percent of their time fighting for data and only 10 percent of their time fighting the enemy.
An Unprecedented Response
The story of how geospatial technology helped curb the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Wildlife Crimes
Can geospatial tools and training help stop poaching in Africa?
Great Things from Small Packages
Commercial SmallSats are maturing to offer even better agility, affordability, resiliency, and high-resolution imagery.
Cyber-Location Nexus
Where do the physical and virtual worlds meet?
A Better Toolbox
Activity-based Intelligence is changing the face of data collection and analysis.

High-Profile Interviews

"Not on My Watch"
Stephanie O'Sullivan, Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence, manages Intelligence Community coordination and information sharing.
Journey to Integration
A conversation with Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and Robert Cardillo, the first Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Intelligence Integration.
An Interview with Jeff 'Skunk' Baxter
Many often wonder how Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, famed lead guitarist for the Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan, came to be a well-known figure in the Intelligence Community.

Editing Samples

Q1 2017
Full Issue
State and Future of GEOINT Report 2017
State of Industry Article Collection
2016 USGIF Membership Directory
Annual Industry Reference Guide
GEOINT Symposium Show Daily
Convention Daily, Full Issue
The GEOINT Revolution
C-Suite Collaboration

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