The Georgetown University Alumni Association (GUAA) and Georgetown University Law Center organized the forum, where panelists touched on topics from the ethics surrounding artificial intelligence to women working in the sports industry.
C.C. Borzilleri (C’19), a government and history major from Litchfield, Connecticut, said the Women’s Forum eased some of the anxieties she’s feeling as a graduating senior.
“The forum left me feeling powerful and confident as I head into the next phase of my life,” she said. “I knew going into the forum that the panelists and attendees would be some of Georgetown’s most impressive women, and I was still blown away by the quality of each and every person’s contributions.”