This year’s graduation recognized 26 fellows from the classes of 2021 and 2020, marking the culmination of the nine-month business and entrepreneurship program and looking ahead to what’s next.
Timothy Torres (G’21), an active-duty U.S. Army officer, will use economic, diplomatic, policy and storytelling tools to help the next generation avoid the kinds of wars he fought in.
Students from underrepresented racial, ethnic and socioeconomic groups in the RISE program have “risen” to leadership positions, distinguished law school careers and promising career prospects.
For the first time since Georgetown transitioned to a virtual environment, students in the Class of 2021 convened in person to celebrate their commencement at Nationals Park.
Read 350 messages (and counting!) from siblings, parents, friends, professors, supporters and fellow alumni, sharing their thoughts and messages to congratulate the Class of 2021.
Daniela Rojas Medina (G’21) will further her work as co-president of Georgetown Women in International Affair, highlighting the leadership of women – especially women of color – in male-dominated fields.
Biology major Laura Ratliff (C’21) assists the international Mars Ice Mapper mission, conducting research and writing articles to enable future human exploration of the red planet.
Denzell Brown (C’21) cited his research – which he’ll expand in a Ph.D. program next fall – when applying for grants to fund therapy and legal counsel for DC mothers.
Mohamed Soltan (G’21) will scale up work with The Freedom Initiative, a nonprofit supporting political prisoners in the Arab world that he founded after his own 633-day detention in Egypt.
Students in the Class of 2021 have earned prestigious scholarships and fellowships, published books and original research and served their Georgetown, local and global communities.