Kibri Hutchison Everett is an environmental scientist at RTI. Her work involves providing GIS and technical support by gathering, integrating, geocoding, visualizing, interpreting, and analyzing tabular and spatial data.
She is skilled in geographic information systems (GIS), map design, geocoding, and data collection, compilation and visualization. She applies her expertise to produce and design visualizations for models, reports, presentations, dashboards, story maps, mapping applications, mobile apps, and proposals.
During her tenure at RTI, she has worked on diverse environmental, economic, education, international development, and public health projects funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and several other state, local, non-profit, commercial, NGO, federal, and international agencies.
Ms. Everett joined RTI in 2006. She holds a professional mapping scientist certification. Currently, she serves as the Principal Investigator for an environmental justice project funded by NASA that involves conducting a landscape analysis of African American Farmers in North Carolina to identify approaches to address the environmental issues the face.