Lori Tiller

last updated 3/6/2018

Lori Tiller

Public Service Faculty at University of Georgia

320 South Jackson Street, Athens, Georgia, United States
HQ Phone:
(706) 542-3000

General Information


Public Service Faculty - J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development

Ph.D. Student - Institute of Higher Education at UGA

House and Facilities Manager Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator - University of Georgia


nonprofit event management , volunteer management , Fanning Institute

Institute of Higher Education at UGA

MA - Nonprofit management , UGA's Nonprofit Institute

bachelor's degree - music education , UGA

bachelor's degree - music education , UGA Extension

master's degree - nonprofit management , University of Georgia's Nonprofit Institute

undergraduate degree - Music Education , UGA's School of Music


Founder - Seed Life Skills

Board Member - Jeannette Rankin Foundation

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Jeannette Rankin Women's Scholarship Fund

Lori Tiller
Board Secretary - Fanning Institute Nonprofit Engagement Coordinator Lori earned her undergraduate degree in Music Education from UGA's School of Music in 2001, and her MA in Nonprofit management from UGA's Nonprofit Institute in spring of 2007. Lori comes to the Fanning Institute with a background in nonprofit event management, volunteer management, and community outreach aft... Read more

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Fanning Institute to Host Inaugural Embark Georgia Conference This Month - Middle Georgia CEO

Goldrick-Rab is an expert on financial aid and higher education, an issue particularly important to students who have experienced or are experiencing foster care or homelessness, said Lori Tiller, a public service assistant at the Fanning Institute.

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Fanning Institute, Destination Dawgs Team up for Second Summer Leadership Institute - Athens CEO

"The schedule is organized so that attending classes, riding, buses, and living in the dorms were part of the regular routine to see how the students responded to these real life, college situations," said Lori Tiller, a public service assistant at the Fanning Institute.
"Seeing the growth of our first-year participants, who feel a real ownership of being a UGA student after only one semester, and to see them share that with the new group was incredible," said Tiller. "I am challenged to continue to give populations that have historically not had the opportunity a chance to have a postsecondary educational experience," said Tiller.

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