Carline Noailles (G’23) pursued an executive MBA to enhance her business and leadership skills in sustainability. She left with a greater sense of purpose in advancing the common good.
A group of Business School undergraduates recently traveled to New York City to gain industry insights, mentoring and training from Estée Lauder senior executives and alumni at the company.
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.
The McDonough School of Business’ M.S. in Global Real Assets immerses students in the growing field of real assets, equipping them to invest, develop and implement resources in real estate.
In this Q&A, Ron Ruffin (EMBA’24) shares how he leveraged Georgetown’s network to reach his goals and how his military career shapes him in and out of the classroom.
In her new book, Ella Washington, a professor at the McDonough School of Business, details the steps organizations can take to create a truly inclusive and equitable environment.
At Georgetown’s Bark Tank Pitch Competition, students pitched their start-up ideas to entrepreneurial judges. From AI-driven food products to innovative camera designs, these are the students who won.
Mark Uyeda (B’92), the commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission and the first Asian Pacific American to hold this role, credits Georgetown for opening doors to his future career.
Georgetown’s new International Business, Language and Culture degree offers students an interdisciplinary, intercultural approach to the business sector.