Ariel Doumbouya is the Cartographic Products Lead for the National Geospatial Program (NGP) at the U.S. Geological Survey. The NGP provides the digital geospatial foundation for the United States, and is responsible for designing, planning, and executing the national topographic mapping program.
As the Cartographic Products Lead, Ariel Doumbouya oversees planning, development, and coordination of digital cartographic products and content. Ariel provides technical guidance and expertise in cartographic design, data content, quality assessment and control, integration, aggregation, and dissemination of cartographic products, including strategic planning for future capabilities.
2020-Present, Geographer, USGS NGP, Lakewood CO
2009-2020, Geographer, USGS NGTOC, Lakewood CO
2008-2009, Intern/Physical Science Technician, USGS NGTOC, Lakewood CO
2007-2008, Intern, National Park Service, Lakewood CO
Education and Certifications
Bachelor of Arts in Geography, University of Colorado at Denver, 2008
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Colorado at Denver, 2008
Abstracts and Presentations
Hydrography Seminar Series - Session 9 (NHDPlus HR)