Polly Hopkins

Published: 31 Mar 2023

My association with the geospatial profession began in January 2007 when our company Storm Geomatics was born. Being married to a professional land surveyor and one with a passion for reducing flooding I was well versed in the high standards and diverse skills of the profession.

I obtained a Business Studies Degree too many years ago to remember and now have a strong background in business development across varied industries. Creating a strong and robust knowledge of how to ensure a business succeeds is something I can now offer TSA.

Helping to strategically grow our company and time spent alongside geospatial experts has led me to my own passion for securing the future of this vital profession. Without land surveyors our world will not progress and be sustainable both in the natural and built environment.

Becoming a council member for TSA gives me the opportunity to work alongside other council members to uphold the three foundations on which TSA has committed to.

  • Every young person should know about surveying as a career
  • The TSA will help you build a better business
  • Companies with a survey requirement will prefer to use a TSA member

I am committed to promoting TSA and engaging member companies through practical solutions to promote these values together.