Plans for Year Round AAG Activities webinar collage with images of Gary Langham, Coline Dony, Mark Revell, Eddie McInerney and Rebecca Theobald

Plans for Year-Round AAG Activities: What Would Help Support Leaders and Leadership Development?

Over the past two years, the AAG has expanded the range of activities it supports year-round. As these efforts continue, we invite input to develop plans that support the needs of departments and department leaders.

May 3, 2022, 3:00pm Eastern Time – May 3, 2022, 4:15pm Eastern Time

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Photo of Mark RevellMark Revell, AAG

Mark Revell is the manager of career programs and disciplinary research for the American Association of Geographers (AAG). He coordinates a wide range of projects related to careers, professional development, and geography education and serves as editor of the AAG’s Guide to Geography Programs in the Americas. Revell holds a master’s degree in geography from George Washington University.

Photo of Eddie McInerneyEddie McInerney, AAG

Eddie McInerney is a Policy Program Assistant on the AAG’s Advocacy Team. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Connecticut in May of 2018, and since then has worked in Private, Non-Profit, and Public Sectors.


Photo of Rebecca TheobaldRebecca Theobald, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

Rebecca Theobald is an assistant research professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs where she directs GeoCivics, asking geographic questions to address redistricting and emphasizing the role geospatial technology plays in drawing electoral districts. From 2008 through 2018, she served as coordinator of the Colorado Geographic Alliance and is editor of the National Council for Geographic Education’s journal, The Geography Teacher.