Jeffrey Thorpe has been with the Administrative Office of the Courts since February 2016. Originally from Brunswick, Georgia, he then moved to Statesboro, Georgia, to attend Georgia Southern University. At GA Southern, Jeffrey received his B.A. in Political Science and International Studies with focuses on Government, War and Peace, and regional emphasis for Latin America and Southeast Asia. After a VERY brief adventure at Kennesaw State, he missed GA Southern too much, so he went back, and he completed his Master of Public Administration with a concentration in Public Management in December 2013. After graduation, he went to the private sector and worked for a Transportation Spend Management company as a general ledger coder working for national and international corporations like Alcon, WAI Global, and Starbucks North America. He left that job to start his career in the public sector at the AOC as a research analyst. Jeffrey works on international projects and serves as the international liaison for visitors to our office.
Furthermore, staffs the Standing Committee on Judicial Workload Assessment (JWAC), and serves as the lead for caseload reporting, the Judicial Workload Assessment, and circuit boundary requests. Jeffrey is a member of the Georgia Council for Court Administrators. In his spare time, he is the President and player for the Atlanta Bucks Rugby Club, LLC, a nonprofit that brings the sport of rugby to the LGBTQ community and volunteer staffer for the National Model United Nations conferences.