Amber McCullum

Amber McCullum is a Research Scientist and Project Manager in NASA's Applied Sciences Division. He is the lead for a web-based drought and agricultural monitoring tool being co-created with the Navajo Nation, as part of NASA's Western Water Applications Office (WWAO). He is also the lead trainer in land management for NASA's Applied Remote Sensing and Training (ARSET) Program, a team member and engagement coordinator for NASA's Indigenous Peoples Capacity Building Initiative, and a intern coordinator for the CAARE program with San Jose State University. He has a passion for remote sensing for water resource and agricultural applications, science communication, and student empowerment through STEM education.
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