Meet the Staff – Roger Smith

Roger Smith joined WorldView in February 2018 as a Project Manager and has hit the ground running leading several projects for the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP).  He is an avid cricket player (so English of him!) and co-coaches the University of Richmond’s Women’s Club Soccer team.  With degrees in Computer Science and experience in Java, C, and SQL, Roger has been a great addition to the team.  Roger brings 5 years of project management experience. His previous work also includes 15 years experience in the software industry and 10 years of financial sales and sales management.

Fun Facts about Roger:

What’s your claim to fame?  I played against Leicester City in the County Cup Final in 1993 and we beat them.  They won the Premiere League a couple years ago.

What irrational fear do you have?  I’m pretty rational.

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve received?  I was on the beach on my honeymoon in Mauritius. There was a guy on the beach with kids running all around and he said to wait 5 years before you start having kids. My son was born 5 years and 13 days after we were married, so we followed that piece of advice pretty well.



Happy Pi Day!

The WorldView team celebrated Pi Day with one of our favorite activities… a cook off!

Congrats to the champ Lyndsay Duncan with her traditional key lime pie. She took home the prized Pi Day gold medal. Special recognition to runner-up Kara Winters (blackberry key lime pie) and to our tied third place winners Hannah Maddy (pecan) and Brittany Lebel (mac and cheese pie).

Welcome Cort Esch!

We are excited to announce our newest hire Cort Esch.  He brings over 15 years of project management experience and will serve as WorldView’s Director of Consulting Services.

Cort has been a leader and manager for most of his career, from a submarine officer in the U.S. Navy to technical manager at AOL, to project and program manager lead in the software industry. His focus has been on state and local government as well as managing consulting services for federal and commercial clients.  Cort has an M.B.A and Doctor of Science in Engineering Management.

Getting to know Cort: 

What skill would you like to master? Being a lumberjack

What’s something you like to do the old-fashioned way? My own auto mechanics

What fad or trend do you hope comes back? Fake wood sided cars with rear facing seats

PracticeKeeper implemented in Delaware

Delaware’s Three Conservation Districts on Board to Implement PracticeKeeper

We are excited to add the state of Delaware to the PracticeKeeper platform! WorldView kicked off its newest PracticeKeeper implementation with Kent, New Castle, and Sussex Conservation Districts in Delaware.  PracticeKeeper will streamline the districts’ conservation planning efforts and best management practice tracking all in one convenient web-based platform.

Learn more about PracticeKeeper on our Products page and schedule your demo today!

DEQ and Roger Smith

Kicking off Enhancement Project with Virginia DEQ

Today the WorldView team led by our newest project manager Roger Smith met with the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to kick off the TMDL Implementation Plan Enhancements Project.  Having undergone a modernization effort in 2016, DEQ selected WorldView to return to add some new functionality and features.  It is a pleasure to continue working with our friends at DEQ on this project.

Two Henrico County High Schools Visit WorldView

Computer science students from Hermitage and Godwin High Schools in Henrico County came to visit WorldView’s offices today.  In addition to annihilating 30 pizzas, we had great presentations from our friends at the VCU School of Engineering, Outdoor Access, and Start Up Virginia.  Always great to interact and hopefully inspire the next generation!


WorldView partners with CapTech on VDOT CEDAR

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) has chosen WorldView and partner CapTech to implement several new modules and add enhancements to its Comprehensive Environmental Data and Reporting (CEDAR) application.  This application is used for managing workflow and information related to environmental impacts and regulatory requirements of VDOT programs.  This multi-year project will allow the CEDAR system to gain efficiencies in its existing programs as well as comply with new and updated regulations.

We’re hiring!

VCU School of Engineering Career Fair 2018

Stop by the WorldView Solutions booth today at VCU’s School of Engineering Career Fair in Snead Hall. Can’t make it? Learn about all of our current employment opportunities at

City of Norton

The City of Norton, Virginia engaged with WorldView Solutions to update the City’s mountain bike trails in the Flag Rock area of the City. The WorldView GIS team used updated field maps and GPS locations supplied by the City to perform the updates. The City originally contracted with Worldview in 2014 to map the trails using high accuarcy GPS, and we are glad to see the Flag Rock area trail network continue to grow. For more information on the trails, please visit the following link: