His first year at Georgetown, Reginald Douglas (C'09) wanted to work on K St., not Broadway. Nearly two decades later, he’s being honored for inspiring social change through theater.
Daniel Tsai’s (L’79) gift will support a new state-of-the art academic building for law students in downtown DC that's designed with green features, including rooftop solar panels and terrace gardens.
After leaving the corporate track, Naomi found her calling in battling food insecurity, working to get local produce into the hands of people who need it most.
In celebration of Earth Month, learn how Earth Commons Director Peter P. Marra and Anna Giaquinto (B’21) are developing scalable solutions to address urgent challenges on our planet.
From cooking classes to checkups, Dr. Traci Thompson (C’96) created a new, holistic approach to health care for both uninsured and insured residents in Tampa.
A few years after graduating from Georgetown’s School of Business, Angel Dotomain returned to Alaska, where she supports tribal populations in running and directing their health care programs and facilities.
Igor Smelyansky, a School of Business graduate and head of Ukraine’s national postal service, has pioneered creative ways to deliver the mail in extreme conditions.
More than two dozen Georgetown alumni and faculty will be sworn into the 118th U.S. Congress the first week in January, continuing the university’s legacy of alumni serving the public.
Join GLAF and your fellow alumni for an interactive dialogue on “Sustainability and Prosperity: How can they co-exist?” In this conversation, we will explore the powerful forces…
In recognition of its centennial, Georgetown’s MSFS program is honoring the far-reaching contributions of its alumni, including King Felipe VI, a U.S. ambassador and international affairs leaders.