GISCorps is a prime example of an “expert crowd.” This volunteer group is comprised of hundreds of GIS professionals with an average of 8 years’ experience. 40% of the volunteers have taught GIS. The group’s 113 projects have supported humanitarian and social organizations alike; time is set aside to support small non-profits that would not otherwise be able to fund GIS projects. Organizations requesting GISCorps’s services submit a job description, and then speak with leaders like Shoreh Elhami to properly scope the GIS request. The group takes on about 15 projects a year, and even Elhami, the group’s director, maintains a full-time career position, which she must take time off from to support the intense schedule crisis management requires. The group also collaborates regularly with other V&TC groups to provide the GIS requirements of projects.