Georgia Chatman, MEd
- Instructional Learning Designer
Georgia Chatman, M.Ed., is an Instructional Learning Designer for Global Pediatric Medicine.
Georgia previously worked as a government contractor for the Veterans Administration in Orlando, where she wore multiple hats working as an Instructional Systems Designer, Learning Management Systems Administrator and a Course Advocate. Georgia earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design and a master’s in education with a focus on Instructional Design and Technology from the University of Central Florida.
Education was a large part of her life growing up and the thought of helping to teach people with technology quickly became a passion. When looking for her next move, a desire was to work for an organization that provides a positive impact on the community and helps to change people’s lives.
The path that led Georgia to work at St. Jude started in her local community where she had been an active member for over 10 years frequently volunteering with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Give Kids the World, Team Rubicon, Special Olympics and more.
Georgia brings more than 15 years of experience in the field of design with her to St. Jude.