A Path Forward - Together

April 23, 2019

A Path Forward - Together unites student, staff, and faculty voices around broad themes as a means for creating meaningful, positive change in the student experience at Georgia Tech. In fulfilling the Institute's commitment to an inclusive, safe, and healthy community, the following clusters represent areas of particular emphasis: Student and Community Life, Academics, Health and Well-being. The Path Forward Together Advisory Group, formed in the fall of 2017, focuses on objectives in each of the clusters of emphasis on recommendations for improvement in campus mental health services, the overall campus culture, support of the LGBTQIA community, and improvement in the academic environment and policies on campus.

Jennifer Abrams

Jennifer Abrams
Development Associate, Office of Development

Jennifer Abrams is a Development Associate for the Alexander-Tharpe Fund, the athletic unit of Georgia Tech’s Office of Development. Her role heavily mirrors that of a director of operations as she oversees the budget, business policies and expenses, communications strategy, and manages the volunteer donor board for the Fund. She assists in special projects around young alumni engagement for the Athletic Association and also serves on a committee strategizing for increased student and campus integration with Athletics. Jen is a graduate of Georgia Tech and received a bachelor’s degree in Public Policy in 2017. During her time as a student, Jen served as the Student Body President for the 2015-2016 school year.

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Andrew Billing

Andrew Billing
Senior Consultant with Georgia Tech Strategic Consulting (GTSC)​

Andrew is a Senior Consultant with Georgia Tech Strategic Consulting (GTSC), which is the Institute’s internal management consulting group. He has over 10 years of experience working with academic institutions, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations. Andrew oversees GTSC’s relationship with the Office of the President, cabinet-level departments, and affiliated organizations, providing them with consulting support across all of GTSC’s competency areas. Andrew also serves as the team’s competency lead for process optimization.
Prior to joining Georgia Tech in 2014, Andrew worked for Huron Consulting Group’s higher education practice in the strategy and operations group. During his time at Huron, he worked with more than 15 public and private universities, managing and advising on engagements related to process improvement, organizational design and restructuring, mergers and integrations, technology implementations, and cost reduction strategies. Andrew holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Emory University and a Master of Public Administration degree in public management from The University of Georgia.

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