Nicolo Orozco (C’19) and Luisa Santos (C’14) work to help their communities after recent elections to local school boards.
Georgetown alumnus Jon Ossoff (SFS'09) becomes the youngest Democrat to serve in the U.S. Senate since President-elect Joe Biden in 1973 after an historic Georgia race.
More than two dozen Georgetown alumni make up the 117th U.S. Congress, continuing the university’s long legacy of alumni serving the public.
Georgetown Vice President and General Counsel Lisa Brown, who served on the Obama-Biden transition team, says the change in presidential leadership is an arduous task and necessary to ensure the…
Douglas Emhoff, the second gentleman in the incoming Biden-Harris Administration, joins the Georgetown Law faculty drawing on his expertise in entertainment law.
Georgetown senior Anna Landre (SFS’21) is among the three Georgetown students and an alumnus to receive a prestigious 2021 Marshall Scholarship – the greatest number of recipients from any one…
Georgetown Law alumna Avril Haines (L’01) will be the first woman to serve in the country’s most senior intelligence position if confirmed by Senate.