David J. Weaver

Former Vice President & Founding Partner at Applied Geographics, Inc.

David J. Weaver

David J. Weaver

Former Vice President & Founding Partner at Applied Geographics, Inc.

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David J. Weaver founded Applied Geographics, Inc. Mr. Weaver is former Vice President & Founding Partner at this company. He received an undergraduate degree from Clark University.

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Former Executive Vice President at Applied Geographics, Inc.

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Project Manager at Applied Geographics, Inc.

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Product Manager at Applied Geographics, Inc.

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Geospatial Project Manager at Applied Geographics, Inc.

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Project Manager at Applied Geographics, Inc.

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Chief Strategy Officer at Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights

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Assistant Project Manager at Applied Geographics, Inc.

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Assistant Product Manager at Applied Geographics, Inc.

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Full Stack Engineer at Applied Geographics, Inc.

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Vice President & Technology Director at Applied Geographics, Inc.

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David J. Weaver
Former Vice President & Founding Partner at Applied Geographics, Inc.
Education

Clark University is a private research university and liberal arts college in Worcester, Massachusetts. Founded in 1887, it is the oldest educational institution founded as an all-graduate university. Clark now also educates undergraduates. Clark University was founded by American businessman Jonas Gilman Clark in 1887. He started the university with a million dollars, and later added another million dollars to the fund because he feared the university might someday face a lack of funds. It was opened on October 2, 1889 as the first all-graduate university in the United States

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