Jan Coyne

Jan Coyne

Jan Coyne

Public Service Associate; State Services and Decision Support



Jan Coyne is a cartographer who also specializes in using technology as a tool for more effective meetings. She creates geographic databases and maps for city and county comprehensive plans. In addition, she assists state agencies, academic departments, and healthcare institutions with strategic planning processes and with public meetings to address recreation needs, education issues, urban and regional planning, and community improvement efforts. She also assists in stakeholder meetings to address environmental issues.

Jan is the editor of the Georgia County Guide, an annually updated compendium of data about the state that was first published in 1981. She has helped facilitate public meetings to discuss downtown redevelopment in several Georgia communities, including Americus, Clarkesville, and Perry, using meeting technology to allow all participants to have a say in the future of their communities. Other projects include maps for a floristic inventory of Kettle Creek Battlefield and the Governor’s Honors Program strategic plan.


M.A. Geography, University of Georgia; B.F.A. Art, University of Georgia

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Areas of Expertise: group decision technology, geography, geographic information systems


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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