Magdalena Sandoval Donahue, Ph.D.


Dr. Donahue is a geologist and has experience working in the environmental consulting industry for large firms as well as an independent geologic consultant. Her consulting work has covered a variety of agricultural, hydrologic, remediation, nuclear, and weapons remediation areas; her academic research focuses on landscape evolution, especially in the Rocky Mountain region. She has worked for private, federal, and nonprofit sectors. Her interest in science communication and visual communication has prompted her work in augmented reality mobile application development, Earth-data-based visual fabric design and apparel design. Dr. Donahue is an avid long distance runner and coach and is a two-time Olympic Marathon Trials qualifier.



Ph.D. Earth & Planetary Sciences (2016)
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

M.S. Earth & Planetary Sciences (2007)
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
B.S. in Geological Sciences (2005)
B.S. in Fine Arts (2005)


John Donahue


Mr. Donahue is a computer scientist with experience in architecture and visualization.  He has had a diverse career spanning aerospace, logistic software, robotics, cybersecurity and mobile geologic software.  He was worked at three fast paced and successful startups.  Mr. Donahue has been rock climbing for close to 25 years and enjoys being outdoors when away from the digital world.  



University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
B.S. in Computer Science Engineering (2011)