SCARC Executive Committee:

President:  Valerie Gray

Lexington County Planning & GIS
212 South Lake Drive Suite 302, Lexington, SC 29072
Phone: (803)785-1454


Valerie is a graduate of Columbia College in Columbia, SC, where she obtained a BA in Art.  She is a Planning/GIS Technician with the Planning and GIS Department for Lexington County where she assists in creating, building, maintaining, and modifying various databases. She also creates and maintains the E-911 street and street address database, assigns new E-911 street addresses, as well as provides internal and external user support and training. Valerie also serves as the County Emergency Management GIS Liason and has completed numerous ICS and NIMS courses in the effort to build a better understanding and form a solid partnership with GIS and Emergency Management.

Valerie believes, “One of the greatest rewards of working in a GIS environment is being able to explain to others what GIS ‘means’ and how it benefits so much of what we do and how we live. This sets the groundwork for creating lasting relationships.”

Valerie is honored to serve as SCARC’s President.


President-Elect :  Vacant Position

 Secretary: Lorelei Kelly-Guiles

Florence County GIS Department
518 S Irby Street                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Florence , SC 29072
Phone: (843)678-3597


Originally a native of New York and graduate of the College of New Rochelle with a MS degree in Gerontology, Lorelei relocated to South Carolina and was introduced to the field of geospatial technology. She has been involved in GIS for fifteen years and joined the newly formed Florence County GIS Department in 2007. Now she is a GIS Technician where she is responsible for the QA/QC of parcel data, creating maps for internal and external customers. editing topology and providing training. Lorelei is also a strong supporter of GIS in education and has coordinated GIS Day activities in Florence County School Districts One and Four since 2008.

Lorelei expresses sincerely, “I am delighted to be working with all of the SCARC members and affiliates, and look forward to helping promote the growth of this exceptional GIS based organization.”

Treasurer : Tina Davis

York County Office of Emergency Management
PO Box 12430
149 W Black Street
Rock Hill SC  29730
Office: 803.326.2300


 Tina began working with York County in January 1988 in the Tax Collectors Office, and then moved to the Treasurer’s Office in Accounts Payable for almost ten years.  In 1996 Tina looking for a change of pace, accepted a position with the Office of Emergency Management as the Information Coordinator.  For the last fourteen years, Tina has watched the technology surrounding E9-1-1/Communications change from hand drawn maps using colored pencils to the wonders of GIS.  Currently, Tina is the GIS Specialist for the Office of Emergency Management and the Department of Public Safety Communications.  She is challenged daily to putting GIS to the test maintaining ever-changing police, fire and medical response layers to be used by 9-1-1.   Tina’s position with York County also requires her to provide up-to-the minute GIS information in the event of a natural or technological emergency in York County.  Tina expressed “GIS is a great tool used throughout York County and we have only scratched the surface.”  Tina has been involved with SCARC since 2001, when we gathered at the SC Department of Archives Building.  She has been involved with the Registration Committee since 2004.  Proudly, Tina has filled the Treasurer position since 2010.


Past - President : Scott Davis

BCS - Bradshaw Consulting Services, Inc.
2170 Woodside Executive Ct, Aiken, SC 29803
Ph: 803.641.0960


Scott Davis began GIS work with the City of Rock Hill South Carolina in the early 1990s. He became the GIS Administrator for the City. During this tenure, Scott was responsible for incorporating GIS into various business practices, for example, building permits, cemetery management, parcel search, plan review tracking, E911 dispatch mapping and addressing. The City received the first Esri SC Special Achievement Award in the year 2000.  Scott was also SCARC President in 2002.

Scott currently is employed by Bradshaw Consulting Services, Inc. where he is the lead developer for TheAddresser, Crime/Fire Analysis Tools and MARVLIS Forecast Law Enforcement. His development knowledge includes visual basic (Esri ArcObjects), javascript (Dojo, jQuery and Esri libraries), HTML5/CSS3 and python languages, databases MSSQL, Oracle, MSAccess and Esri file geodatabase, Esri products ArcGIS for Desktop, ArcGIS for Server, ArcGIS GeoEvent Server and ArcEngine.

Scott has a BS and MS in Engineering from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

SCARC is a non-profit organization in South Carolina

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