Notable alumni speaking to current UJ members at the annual alumni panel event held this past March.
The 2017 Alumni Panel took place at the University of Georgia Athens Campus. The panelists included Ryan Marsh, John McKinley, Daniela Perry, Robert Watts, Marshall Chalmers, and Patricia Mote. Members had the opportunity to gain valuable insight into the alumni’s experiences and how UJ has impacted their careers. Additionally, members were able to have interpersonal conversations with the panelists during dinner. Hosting the event on the Athens campus provided an opportunity for the alumni panelists to tour our new hearing room and work space!
The 2017 JPO Alumni Speaker was Robert E. Gordon, Jr. He is the Director of the Archway Partnership, a University of Georgia public service and outreach unit created to assist communities across the State of Georgia in addressing self-identified community and economic development priorities. He previously served as the Economic Development Manager for the Carl Vinson Institute of Government where he led initiatives that included the Institute of Government’s Applied Demography Program, Tax and Expenditure Data Center, and Fiscal Analysis Program. He also holds Faculty status in UGA’s School of Public and International Affairs where he regularly teaches graduate courses on public finance and economic development.
Prior to his appointment to the faculty of the University of Georgia, Rob practiced law for King & Spalding LLP in Atlanta, Georgia and then Troutman Sanders LLP in Richmond, Virginia. Rob received his J.D. degree, with honors, from The George Washington University Law School and his bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Georgia.
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