M. Chrissy Marlowe
Chrissy Marlowe is an Institute of Government faculty member working in both the Governmental Training, Education, and Development division and the Planning and Environmental Services unit. She instructs local elected officials and staff as well as members of boards, authorities, and commissions in such areas as comprehensive planning, quality growth, local government planning and development processes, and historic preservation. She also teaches in the Institute of Government’s Management Development Program. Her prior experience includes 11 years with the Georgia Department of Community Affairs, where she fostered local government planning, strategic land use, and community design principles and conducted educational programs for elected officials and planning professionals.
M.F.A., Historic Preservation, Savannah College of Art and Design; B.A. Art History, University of Georgia
Areas of Expertise: comprehensive and strategic planning, facilitation, public engagement, quality growth, zoning, historic preservation