Georgetown McDonough School of Business

Georgetown McDonough School of Business Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business develops principled leaders with a global mindset to be in service to business and society.
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Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business provides a transformational education through classroom and experiential learning, preparing students to graduate as principled leaders in service to business and society. Through numerous centers, initiatives, and partnerships, Georgetown McDonough seeks to create a meaningful impact on business practice through both research and teaching. All

academic programs provide a global perspective, woven through the undergraduate and graduate curriculum in a way that is unique to Washington, D.C. – the nexus of world business and policy – and to Georgetown University’s connections to global partner organizations and a worldwide alumni network. Founded in 1957, Georgetown McDonough is home to some 1,400 undergraduates, 1,000 MBA students, and 1,200 participants in executive degree and open enrollment programs. Learn more at http://msb.georgetown.edu.

Dina Masri (MiM’20) began her career as an intern at the International Rescue Committee, supporting refugees.Now, as an ...
02/02/2024

Dina Masri (MiM’20) began her career as an intern at the International Rescue Committee, supporting refugees.

Now, as an associate producer of Sesame Workshop’s Arabic show, Ahlan Simsim, Masri produces the show while appealing to the current climate and challenges of children in the Middle East.

Read about Dina’s journey in our fall 2023 edition of the Georgetown Business Magazine:

Dina Masri (MiM'20) began her career as an intern at the International Rescue Committee (IRC). While supporting refugees at the IRC, Masri felt impassioned to help others. “It felt good to be helping people, and that feeling has stuck with me throughout...

02/01/2024

Home Celebrating Black History and Culture at Georgetown Celebrating Black History and Culture at Georgetown We celebrate the many contributions of our Black students, alumni, faculty and staff to our community and society, and recognize the broad range of teaching, scholarship and advocacy at Georg...

The Master of Science in Management (MiM) Class of 2023 achieved strong career outcomes in their post-graduate roles, ea...
01/29/2024

The Master of Science in Management (MiM) Class of 2023 achieved strong career outcomes in their post-graduate roles, earning an average base salary of $80,294 and an average signing bonus of $6,292.

According to the 2023 MiM Employment Report, 93% of students received their job offer within six months of graduation and 89% accepted their offer. The top employers included Deloitte, Goldman Sachs, Heidrick & Struggles, Kraft Heinz, World Bank, and World Wide Technology.

Read more about the MiM employment report here:

The Master of Science in Management (MiM) Class of 2023 achieved strong career outcomes in their post-graduate roles, earning an average base salary of $80,294 and an average signing bonus of $6,292. According to the 2023 MiM Employment Report, 93% of students received their job offer within six mon...

Daniela Delgado (B’25), vice president of operations at the Georgetown University Alumni and Student Federal Credit Unio...
01/29/2024

Daniela Delgado (B’25), vice president of operations at the Georgetown University Alumni and Student Federal Credit Union (GUASFCU), recently connected with Doug Shattuck (B’84), chief financial officer of Technical Toolboxes, to discuss their shared experience as interns of the credit union—dating back to its origins in 1983 and to its success today as world’s largest, oldest, and entirely student-run bank.

”We wanted a place where students could bank and not be charged high monthly fees, and we wanted to give students the opportunity to build credit, get car loans, and even receive tuition loans at a low cost.”

Read more in our fall issue of Georgetown Magazine:

Daniela Delgado (B’25), vice president of operations at the Georgetown University Alumni and Student Federal Credit Union (GUASFCU), recently connected with Doug Shattuck (B’84), chief financial officer of Technical Toolboxes, to discuss their shared experience as interns of the credit union—d...

Who will be elected president in 2024?David Walker, professor emeritus, breaks down his research and methodology behind ...
01/25/2024

Who will be elected president in 2024?

David Walker, professor emeritus, breaks down his research and methodology behind predicting the outcomes of U.S. presidential elections. According to his model, the Democratic candidate is expected to win the 2024 election with 272 electoral votes and 53.7% of the popular vote 🇺🇸

Read about his predictions in our fall issue of Georgetown Business Magazine:

David Walker, professor emeritus, breaks down his research and methodology behind predicting the outcomes of U.S. presidential elections.

Drawing upon government and policy experience, Brandon Kelley (EMBA’21) has set out to disrupt the municipal transportat...
01/24/2024

Drawing upon government and policy experience, Brandon Kelley (EMBA’21) has set out to disrupt the municipal transportation space with the recent launch of Infra AI, a digital tool that aids local governments in managing their infrastructure assets and creating smarter cities.

Read more about our fall issue of Georgetown Business Magazine:

Brandon Kelley (EMBA’21) has set out to disrupt the municipal transportation space with the recent launch of Infra AI, a digital tool that aids local governments in managing their infrastructure assets and creating smarter cities.

As part of their capstone projects, our M.S. in Environment and Sustainability Management students proposed solutions fo...
01/23/2024

As part of their capstone projects, our M.S. in Environment and Sustainability Management students proposed solutions for challenges faced by Blommer Chocolate Company, Starbucks, and Amazon.

Find out how sustainability creates better businesses in the fall edition of the Georgetown Business Magazine:

Georgetown McDonough’s cohort of students in its M.S. in Environment and Sustainability Management program recently completed their capstone projects. Here is a look at three team projects and the problems they tried to solve for Blommer Chocolate Company, Starbucks, and Amazon. Lena Musoka, Ian C...

For the third year in a row, Georgetown University McDonough School of Business is one of the top three schools in the n...
01/22/2024

For the third year in a row, Georgetown University McDonough School of Business is one of the top three schools in the nation in the annual ranking by Poets&Quants For Undergrads.

Of the weighted categories, our program is second in career outcomes, third in academic experience, and fourth in the admissions rank.

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The Undergraduate Program at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business is one of the top three business schools in the nation for the third consecutive year according to the annual ranking by Poets&Quants for Undergrads. Poets&Quants, a leading online publication for graduate and underg...

When his home state was devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Allen Lenard (MA-IBP’23) felt compelled to help on the ...
01/20/2024

When his home state was devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Allen Lenard (MA-IBP’23) felt compelled to help on the front lines of the disaster.

Little did Lenard know that this would set him on his path of entrepreneurship and activism, from founding Lendoza Group, a Louisiana-based telecommunications company, and Relief Resources International, a nonprofit focused on international relief aid.

Read Lenard's story in our fall issue of Georgetown Business Magazine:

After Hurricane Katrina impacted his community in 2005, Allen Lenard joined the Cajun Navy, a volunteer organization that helps others facing natural disasters.

The Psaros Center for Financial Markets and Policy at McDonough School of Business announced a new study revealing poten...
01/19/2024

The Psaros Center for Financial Markets and Policy at McDonough School of Business announced a new study revealing potential credit resolutions for the unbanked and underbanked.

Marshall Lux, a visiting fellow at the Psaros Center, and co-author Jack Zoltak (B’25), suggest that incorporating alternative data sources, such as bank details, rent payment history, and short-term loan records, in credit score calculations can improve loan access and reduce fees 🏦

Read more about this study here:

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Psaros Center for Financial Markets and Policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business announced a new study revealing potential credit resolutions for the unbanked and underbanked. The use of alternative data sources, such as bank account information, a co...

As the calendar year comes to a close, Georgetown McDonough is celebrating the successes, milestones, and accomplishment...
12/31/2023

As the calendar year comes to a close, Georgetown McDonough is celebrating the successes, milestones, and accomplishments of 2023. We advanced key strategic initiatives, announced new programs, came together as a community, and took important strides in preparing global-ready leaders to make a difference in the world.

Read our Year in Review for a list of our top moments of 2023:

As the calendar year comes to a close, Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business is celebrating the successes, milestones, and accomplishments of 2023. We advanced key strategic initiatives, announced new programs, came together as a community, and took important strides in preparing global-ready ...

Through a collaboration between the Atlantic Council and Georgetown McDonough’s Office of Executive Education, the WIn F...
12/29/2023

Through a collaboration between the Atlantic Council and Georgetown McDonough’s Office of Executive Education, the WIn Fellowship program delivers a tailored executive education program that provides opportunities for learning, collaboration, mentorship, and innovation amongst women innovators and leaders in the Middle East.

This past summer, the program grew from one to three cohorts totaling 86 women and includes representation from Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Learn more about the WIn Fellowship here:

Purpose-driven work. A desire to break barriers and empower others. A will to make the entrepreneurial landscape a more inclusive ecosystem. These are just a few ways that the 2023-2024 Women Innovators (WIn) Fellows are making their mark in the MENA re...

The Georgetown Psaros Center for Financial Markets and Policy at the McDonough School of Business hosted its annual Fina...
12/27/2023

The Georgetown Psaros Center for Financial Markets and Policy at the McDonough School of Business hosted its annual Financial Markets Quality Conference on November 15, 2023. Leading policymakers and industry leaders discussed key policy and regulatory issues.

Read more about this year's edition of FMQ here:

The Georgetown Psaros Center for Financial Markets and Policy at the McDonough School of Business hosted its annual Financial Markets Quality Conference (FMQ) on November 15, 2023. Leading policymakers and industry leaders discussed key policy and regul...

“Now more than ever, we need leaders with an entrepreneurial mindset who can use business to serve the common good,” sai...
12/21/2023

“Now more than ever, we need leaders with an entrepreneurial mindset who can use business to serve the common good,” said Jeff Reid, founding director of Georgetown Entrepreneurship.

Reid recently helped organize the inaugural meeting of the Jesuit Entrepreneurship Center Alliance to discuss how universities can use entrepreneurship to positively impact society and serve the common good.

Read more about the alliance here:

A community of educators and innovators hosted their inaugural meeting of the Jesuit Entrepreneurship Center Alliance to discuss how universities can use entrepreneurship to positively impact society and serve the common good. The meeting took place during the annual Global Consortium of Entrepreneu...

12/19/2023

Are consumers good at identifying misinformation?

This is just one of the questions that Anita Rao, associate professor of marketing, asks in her recent research "Debunking Misinformation About Consumer Products: Effects on Beliefs and Purchase Behavior."

Read out Q&A with Rao here: https://bit.ly/4arNn9f

12/18/2023

After the successful launch of the first cohort of the Flex MBA Online program, Georgetown McDonough is expanding its global reach to applicants within three hours of Eastern Time Zone, encompassing students living in Canada, Mexico, Central, and South America.

Learn more about these changes in the Flex MBA here: https://bit.ly/470mpTf

The Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program welcomed the incoming Class of 2023 to campus this fall, marking its larg...
12/16/2023

The Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program welcomed the incoming Class of 2023 to campus this fall, marking its largest class. After a record number of applications, up 27% from the previous academic year, the program began with an all-time high enrollment of 187 first-year students in the cohort!

Read more about this year’s MSF cohort here:

The Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program welcomed the incoming Class of 2023 to campus this fall, which marks its largest class to date. After a record number of applications, which were up 27% from the previous academic year, the program began with an all-time high enrollment of 187 first-yea...

12/15/2023

Our Hoya community is united by our diverse perspectives, our mutual respect for one another, and our commitment to our Jesuit values.

This holiday season, we seek to focus on the values that bring us together.

We sat down with McDonough students from around the world to discuss what this time of year means to them.

Wishing you all joy, peace, and a fantastic 2024! 🌎🎉

Watch the full video here: https://youtu.be/o3544o2LNhQ

Anna Rathmann (EMBA’21), the executive director of the Jane Goodall Institute, discusses one young woman’s dream and how...
12/15/2023

Anna Rathmann (EMBA’21), the executive director of the Jane Goodall Institute, discusses one young woman’s dream and how it has influenced nearly 70 years of conservation research — and hope.

Read why Rathmann believe all is not lost in the field of conversation in our fall issue of the Georgetown Business Magazine:

Anna Rathmann (EMBA'21), Executive Director of the Jane Goodall Institute, Discusses One Young Woman’s Dream and How it has Influenced Nearly 70 Years of Conservation Research—and Hope.

From Zimbabwe to South Africa to the Hilltop, Tanatswa Mapondera (MiM’20) has built a career around his drive to help Af...
12/14/2023

From Zimbabwe to South Africa to the Hilltop, Tanatswa Mapondera (MiM’20) has built a career around his drive to help Africa—and the world more generally—transition away from fossil fuels to more sustainable sources of energy.

Read Mapondera's story in our fall issue of Georgetown Business Magazine:

How Business Leaders Can Help Decarbonize the Economy—and Why Doing So Can Help Bolster Companies’ Bottom Lines.

The Fall 2023 issue of the Georgetown Business Magazine is here! Explore the stories of our incredible alumni, the lates...
12/14/2023

The Fall 2023 issue of the Georgetown Business Magazine is here! Explore the stories of our incredible alumni, the latest business trends and faculty research, and updates from our Hoya community.

In our cover story for this issue, we hear perspectives from several alumni on the rise of soccer in the United States, and how its meteoric growth is an opportunity for all.

⚽ Devin Talbott (MBA/JD’03), part owner of D.C. United and founder and managing partner of the investment firm Enlightenment Capital
⚽ Maya Alcantara (MS-ESM’23), midfielder for Georgetown and the Philippines women’s national team
⚽ Dan Helfrich (SFS’98, MBA’99), chair and CEO of Deloitte Consulting LLP and the play-by-play voice of the Georgetown men’s soccer team

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In February of this year, the Major League Soccer team D.C. United unveiled the “Hall of Heroes”—a massive mural in the foyer of its home stadium, Audi Field, highlighting the city’s professional soccer championships and featuring legendary players who have graced its fields over the years. ...

A trip to a rural area of Colombia led Alexander Barrett (EMBA’17) to launch his latest business venture, ifinca, a tech...
12/13/2023

A trip to a rural area of Colombia led Alexander Barrett (EMBA’17) to launch his latest business venture, ifinca, a technology services company that creates transparent supply chains from bean to cup 🌱☕️

Learn more about Barrett and ifinca here:

A trip to a rural area of Colombia led Alexander Barrett (EMBA’17) to launch his latest business venture, ifinca, a technology services company that uses patent-pending technology to create transparent supply chains from bean to cup. Founded in 2019, ifinca is the first company to offer verified f...

The McDonough School of Business hosted the MBA Global Fest in November, offering a diverse range of cultural experience...
12/12/2023

The McDonough School of Business hosted the MBA Global Fest in November, offering a diverse range of cultural experiences. From Bollywood workshops to dumpling making, the event celebrated the rich diversity of McDonough's student body. The week-long festivities showcased traditions from Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas, creating a vibrant tapestry of cultures for students and friends of the MBA program 🗺️.

Read more about the Global Fest celebrations here: https://bit.ly/3NF34Ave

A Bollywood workshop, bachata dancing, dumpling making, tabletop games, and henna painting were just a few of the many cultural experiences offered during the MBA Global Fest in November at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Students and friends of the MBA program convened on th...

Starting in Spring 2024, MBA students will have the opportunity to enroll in an MBA Certificate in the Business of Healt...
12/11/2023

Starting in Spring 2024, MBA students will have the opportunity to enroll in an MBA Certificate in the Business of Healthcare to learn how to lead at the intersection of business and medicine and understand the changing pressures of the healthcare system.

Read more about the certificate here:

As the U.S. healthcare system experiences unprecedented changes marked by rising medical expenses and costs of prescription drugs, federal regulations, and technological disruptions, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business is launching an MBA Certificate in the Business of Healthcare ...

The M.S. in Environment and Sustainability Management Class of 2024, which is the second cohort of the 11-month interdis...
12/02/2023

The M.S. in Environment and Sustainability Management Class of 2024, which is the second cohort of the 11-month interdisciplinary program at Georgetown, consists of a diverse range of students who hail from various professional backgrounds, areas of academic interest, and regions of the world.

Of the 53-person cohort, 80% of students self-identify as female, which is the highest level of female representation across all of McDonough’s graduate degree programs. This is the second year in a row the program has surpassed gender parity.

Read more about the MS-ESM program’s commitment to inclusivity here:

The MS-ESM Class of 2024, which is the second cohort of the 11-month interdisciplinary program at Georgetown, consists of a diverse range of students who hail from various professional backgrounds, areas of academic interest, and regions of the world. Of the 53-person cohort, 80% of students self-id...

To celebrate Diwali this past week, Georgetown McDonough spoke with current Executive MBA student Anagha Mhatre (EMBA’24...
11/20/2023

To celebrate Diwali this past week, Georgetown McDonough spoke with current Executive MBA student Anagha Mhatre (EMBA’24) to learn more about how her family celebrates the Festival of Lights, the meaning of the holiday, and how she carries on her cultural traditions while studying at Georgetown.

Learn more about Anagha and the origin of Diwali here:

To celebrate Diwali this past week, Georgetown McDonough spoke with current Executive MBA student Anagha Mhatre (EMBA’24) to learn more about how her family celebrates the Festival of Lights, the meaning of the holiday, and how she carries on her cultural traditions while studying at Georgetown. W...

Our   Conference is officially over! We enjoyed hearing from financial market experts, as well as Georgetown's own Reena...
11/15/2023

Our Conference is officially over!

We enjoyed hearing from financial market experts, as well as Georgetown's own Reena Aggarwal and David Vandivier from the Psaros Center for Financial Markets.

Thank you to everyone involved, and we hope to see you next year!

Today is the day! It is our pleasure to host the Psaros Center's annual Financial Markets Quality Conference, an event g...
11/15/2023

Today is the day!

It is our pleasure to host the Psaros Center's annual Financial Markets Quality Conference, an event gathering key players in financial markets for fascinating discussions and networking opportunities

It has been our pleasure to welcome a new class of M.S. in Business and Analytics students at Georgetown McDonough this ...
11/14/2023

It has been our pleasure to welcome a new class of M.S. in Business and Analytics students at Georgetown McDonough this fall, with greater representation of women, U.S. diversity, and military affiliation across various industries and disciplines.

To learn more about the program and the current class, please visit:

A new class of M.S. in Business and Analytics students joined the Georgetown community this fall, increasing their representation of women, U.S. diversity, and military affiliation across a wide variety of industries and disciplines. “We are always pleased to see an increase in diversity across ou...

11/11/2023

As we join in the nation in celebrating , Georgetown McDonough recognizes the many Hoya veterans who make notable contributions to our community.

One such Hoya is Arthur Milhomens (B’24). After serving in the U.S. Army for over three years, Milhommens returned to school to pursue his B.S. in Business Administration at Georgetown McDonough, where he is now President of Georgetown University Student Veterans Association 🇺🇸🎓

Read more about Arthur's story here: https://www.georgetown.edu/news/veterans-receive-support-at-georgetown/

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