About Joanne Cavis

Senior Public Service Associate at University of Georgia, currently the Columbus Extension Director, has been employed with Cooperative Extension for over 30 years.

She holds a BS degree in home economics from University of Delaware and MBA from Columbus State University.

Grew up in Baltimore and Philadelphia, lived in Richmond, Virginia, and Newark, Delaware, before moving to Columbus.  Of all the fall-line cities, Columbus has the best climate — short winter, long spring, plenty of air conditioning, and great football tailgating.

She enjoys gathering and analyzing data to help focus community resources on solving the problems that create critical issues for a community, and bringing the resources of the University of Georgia into the collaborative arena.

Her mission is to bring people together to improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities.

17 Responses to About Joanne Cavis

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  2. Mable Wilson says:

    Ms. Cavis, I am a DOL Service Specialist and work in the re-employment unit at the Columbus Career Center. The re-employment unit is a more intensive service one on one case management program within DOL. We are often called upon to give more than just DOL services. I am inquiring about information on general services and agencies we can use to refer to our customers when they need more than just DOL services. If you have information, or know of someone that I may contact, I would certainly appreciate it. Please feel free to contact me if I can be of service to you as well. Thank you in advance, would like to hear from you at your earliest convenience.

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