Becky is co-developing the Sikumik Qaujimajjuti project where she is instructing several of our team members how to interpret satellite imagery and create ice travel safety maps for their communities. Becky holds an M.Sc. in Geography from the University of Victoria where her research focused on methods to determine Inuit priorities for sea ice and satellite-related information, with the goal of supplementing sea ice safety information with satellite-derived maps. Becky also holds a position at the Arctic Eider Society, where she is working as a SIKU Coordinator and focuses largely on customizing weather-water-ice information for Indigenous communities. Becky loves maps! She is always happy to talk about satellite imagery and geospatial data, and to support safety and time out on the land.