Welcome to SUGAA - Salisbury University Geography Alumni Alliance


Upcoming Events
  • 6th Annual SUGAA BBQ, Oct. 18th 3 pm-5 pm
  • Pork in the Park 2015, TBA
  •  Annual Trip, TBA

President: Chris Nallan ('07)

Vice President: Scott Baker ('07)

Secretary: Emily Watson ('08)

Treasurer: Scott Baker ('07)

Historian: Eddie Noyes ('07)

Historian: Allison Ross ('07)

SUGAA President Chris Nallan graduated in May 2007 with a B.S. in Geography & Geosciences. His matriculation with an Earth & Atmospheric Sciences track initiated his career path in Broadcast Meteorology. Chris is currently working as a Meteorologist for CBS 21 in Harrisburg, PA. Excited to be forecasting and broadcasting in a challenging weather market, he is also thrilled to be even closer to Maryland to plan and host future SUGAA events.

Scott Baker graduated in May 2007 with the B.S. in Geography with both Earth & Atmospheric Science and Geographic Information Science tracks. He received a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Geographic Information Science in May 2009 from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and his M.A. concentrating on GIS and spatial modeling of cellular phone signals also from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in May 2010. Scott is a Senior IV&V Consultant for Flatter & Associates, Inc. working in the Columbia, MD area. Embracing Scott’s love for travelling, he has made it an objective to take several trips each year. In 2012, Scott completed his goal of visiting all 50 United States!


Emily Watson graduated in December 2008 with a B.S. in Geography concentrated in Earth & Atmospheric Science. She is currently working at the Eastern Shore Regional GIS Cooperative as a GIS analyst working on the creation of the National Wetland Inventory for Georgia.


Eddie Noyes graduated in May 2007 with a B.S. in Geography in the Environmental/Land Use Planning track. After graduating, he worked in a contract position until February, 2008 at the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission's Research and Technology Division as a GIS Specialist. In March 2008 he started his full-time career at the Federal Aviation Administration's AeroNAV Services branch in Silver Spring, MD, working on Instrument Approach Procedures for the western United States.


Allison Ross graduated in May 2007 with a B.S. in Biology – Secondary Education with an Earth Science Minor. Soon after graduating from Salisbury she landed a job as High School Biology teacher in Salisbury, Maryland. Currently Allison is working as a Phlebotomist at BioLife Plasma in State College, Pennsylvania.


Geography is both science and art  H.C. Darby, 1962