Land IQ is excited to announce the addition of three new team members to join our growing team of land-based scientists, spatial scientists, and developers. We look forward to incorporating their talents into our portfolio of projects.
Joshua Dare – Development Team
Sadie Keller – Land Based Team
Sadie Keller is an Agricultural Scientist at Land IQ. Ms. Keller began working in the agriculture industry in San Joaquin County in 2017 where she gained valuable experience in crop scouting and crop protection, which inspired her to obtain her BS in Agriculture from California State University Stanislaus. Sadie then obtained her Master of Science in Horticulture from Oregon State University where her research focused on plant and water relations in nursery production systems. Her graduate school experience sharpened her skills in crop management, plant physiology, data collection, and data analysis.
Dr. Elahe Jamalina – Spatial Sciences Team
Dr. Elahe Jamalinia is a Remote Sensing Scientist at Land IQ. Ms. Jamalinia has a passion for unlocking insights from satellite data to address global challenges. She holds a Ph.D. in Geo-Engineering from Delft University of Technology (the Netherlands), specializing in levee safety estimation using observable data. As a Post-Doc researcher for the Carbon Mapper satellite mission at Asner Lab, Arizona State University, Elahe contributed to the benefit of Hyperspectral images in environmental monitoring and conservation. Proficient in data science, Python, and geospatial analysis, she is dedicated to transforming data into actionable plans for the environment.