David Key

David Key

David Key

Public Service Assistant; Governmental Training, Education, and Development



David Key provides training in several areas, including leadership, organizational development, and special topics. His teaching formats range from personal coaching to group retreats. He came to the Institute of Government in 1997 as an instructor in the State Government Training Program. He began his tenure as the primary trainer for the Child Support Enforcement program. David has done research in urban sociology, conflict theory, experiential education, and organizational sociology. He is also the founder and pastor of a multi-denominational church.


B.B.A., University of Georgia

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Areas of Expertise: long-range planning, customer service, ethics, group problem solving, team building, personal improvement, empowerment, family advocacy


The chapel has been restored in a way that allows for its use by a wide variety of university and community groups for plays, concerts, lectures, weddings, meetings, and other special events. The Spalding Theater, which seats 240, and the Conference/Green Room, which seats 45, are rented to the public.

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