Former D.C. Deputy Mayor Appointed Senior Advisor
February 24, 2011
Victor Reinoso (F’91), who served as deputy mayor of Washington, D.C., from 2007 to 2010, has been appointed senior advisor for new project development to Georgetown’s president and its chief financial officer (CFO).
“We are pleased to welcome Victor back to the university community,” said Christopher Augostini, CFO and senior vice president at Georgetown. “Victor’s more than 15 years of experience in senior leadership positions in government and the private sector will serve the community well as he helps to implement new strategic opportunities for Georgetown.”
Reinoso, who will report to Georgetown President John J. DeGioia and Augostini in the new position, will concentrate on innovations in international education, distance learning and long-term strategic development in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.
Reinoso, who majored in humanities and international affairs at Georgetown, served as part of then-Mayor Adrian Fenty’s executive management team. As deputy mayor for education, the alumnus had responsibility for the city’s education reform initiatives.
Prior to public service, Reinoso served as chief operating officer and director of education initiatives for the Federal City Council, an organization comprising the region's top business, professional, educational and civic leaders. In addition, Reinoso has served as board member, founder, staff, and advisor to a number of start-ups in both the nonprofit and private sectors.
Reinoso earned his MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management.