Nashon Adero, a mining educator at Taita Taveta University (Kenya), is a geospatial and systems modelling expert, author, and a devoted champion for the application of spatially enabled technologies (GIS) to enhance multicriteria spatial decision support systems and associated policy and sustainability initiatives. His multifaceted work experience encompasses the mining, surveying and mapping industry, teaching, research, and public service where he has contributed immensely as a policy researcher and analyst on infrastructure and economic services at a public policy think tank. His multidisciplinary background with international exposure, which includes Geospatial and Resources Engineering, Public Policy Research and Economic Analysis, Project Management, and Youth Mentorship, enriches his professional engagements with multidisciplinary and multistakeholder perspectives. Through writing and active participation in meetings, media, and public discourse, he volunteers his services as a thought leader and analyst, reviewer, moderator, and discussant. His commitment to professional development and sector advancement is evident in his active membership in numerous professional bodies, among them the System Dynamics Society (SDS), the Institution of Surveyors of Kenya (ISK), Enactus, Elsevier Researcher Academy, The Future of Research Communications and e-Scholarship (FORCE11), DAAD Alumni, and The Global Academy (SDGs). As a moderator for the Kenya Mining Week, his expertise promises to enrich the discussions.