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Lynn Durham

Lynn Durham, Ed.D.

Vice President for Institute Relations

Georgia Institute of Technology

Lynn Durham, Ed.D.

Lynn Durham

Vice President for Institute Relations

Georgia Institute of Technology

Lynn Durham is Vice President for Institute Relations at the Georgia Institure of Technology. She came to Georgia Tech in 1995 in the Office of Government Relations and joined the Office of the President in 2006 when she served as assistant to the president. She is a member of the President’s Cabinet and works closely with the areas of government relations, communications, diversity, development, student affairs and athletics. She is a member of Leadership Georgia’s Class of 2013, the Rotary Club of East Cobb and is the mother of 14-year-old twins, Emily and Will, who attend Walton High School in Cobb County.

Cancer Survivorship Connection

Survivors helping others survive

Three women, three cancer survivorship journeys, three missions resulting in nonprofits started to help and support others fighting cancer.


The pandemic and civil rights issues are profoundly interwoven with cancer survivorship

June 2020 will go down in history as a flash point for civil rights while overlaying one of the most significant public health crises in a century. While we focus on these important societal challenges, let us not lose sight of immediate steps we can take now for our health and the health of those in the communities that surround us.


 Resources & Education

Nancy Paris elevates cancer treatment and research in Georgia

Nancy Paris has served as president and CEO of Georgia CORE since its creation in 2005. At the end of the year, she will be retiring after spending her entire career in healthcare, during which she focused on addressing community health issues including homelessness, HIV/AIDS and rural health.


How the Georgia Sewers came to the rescue

Nearly 400 volunteers in 58 counties have been cutting out fabric and elastic, handling administrative duties and of course, sewing.


Georgia CORE and partners win five-year grant for colorectal cancer prevention

The CDC-funded program will bring colorectal screening, navigation and colonoscopies to 15,000 people in southeast and southwest Georgia.


Georgia CORE


Advancing Cancer Care through Partnerships and Innovation

Georgia CORE is a public-private partnership that creates collaboration among the state’s cancer organizations and institutions to connect more Georgians to quality, personalized cancer care. We welcome you to this one-of-a-kind online information center for all things related to cancer and survivorship care in Georgia.