Maggie Reeves is the founding senior director of the Georgia Policy Labs, where she leads the strategy, state partnerships, and operations of the organization. She also participates on the school’s Policy in the Digital World Task Force. She previously served in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies as the interim director and associate director for the Center for State and Local Finance.
Prior to her roles at Georgia State, she worked in Georgia’s state government. Maggie was a policy and program analyst and a communications specialist for the Georgia Administrative Office of the Courts. Here, she created an online, unified statewide system to licensing court professionals and managed several court improvement pilot projects. She also acted as the spokesperson and policy analyst for the Georgia Commission on Family Violence – with a range of policy analysis, research, and communications duties.
Reeves received her master’s degree in public administration from the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University and her bachelor’s degree in women’s studies from Emory University. She is a proud alumna of the Executive Leadership Academy for Women.