Kristine George

Kristine is a 3D Research Specialist supporting all aspects of 3D digital landmarking projects with responsibilities for further advancing Anthrotech’s capabilities in 3D digital image capture and 3D digital landmarking.   She also leads development of automated landmark capture processes and techniques. 

Prior to joining Anthrotech, Kristine worked in the Beavercreek school district in Ohio as a paraprofessional providing support to special needs children. In her classroom role, Kristine’s accountabilities included supervision, guidance, and support of children in Grades K-4. 

Kristine is currently pursuing her engineering degree part-time at Wright State University. Kristine is trained in both traditional anthropometric data collection as well as digital data collection techniques and processes. 

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