Jeffrey Thorpe is the Judicial Services Data Manager for the Judicial Council/Administrative Office of the Courts. He manages the Office of Research and Data Analysis (ORDA) staff while supporting the Standing Committee on Judicial Workload Assessment (JWAC). He guides the processes that determine statewide judgeships and circuit boundary requests, oversees the Alternative Dispute Resolution program’s reporting process, serves as the International Liaison for the office, and provides subject matter training to all Georgia trial courts clerks and judges.
Before joining the AOC in 2016, Mr. Thorpe worked in the private sector 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. Mr. Thorpe holds a master’s degree in Public Administration and a bachelor’s in Political Science and International Studies from Georgia Southern University. He is a member of the Georgia Council of Court Administrators.