Alumna Sheena Gill, SFS’03, was named to the Washington Business Journal’s 2016 class of 40 Under 40 industry leaders in Washington, D.C. Gill is the Vice President and General Counsel at C2 Technologies.
MASIA’14 alumna Sarah Wang, formerly Batiuk, discusses how she came to the Asian Studies Program to be a part of the first MASIA degree cohort and what she learned during her time with the program.
Georgetown alumnus Michael Meaney (SFS’12) hopes to explore how technology might expand educational equity as one of this year’s 35 Gates Cambridge Scholars.
MSFS alumna Bailey Hand, (MSFS’03), draws on her public sector experience in the Department of Defense in her strategy consulting work with Boston Consulting Group. “My experience at BCG involves far fewer helicopters, but it is still all about finding solutions to problems,” said Hand.
Roya Soleimani, spokeswoman for Google and a 2011 graduate of the MA in Arab Studies program, emphasized “psychological safety and clarity and trust” as the keys to a diverse workplace, in the Huffington Post.
Friends and family of Nina Brekelmans (MAAS’15) have established a running camp for girls in Jordan and a scholarship for Arab Studies Master’s students at SFS to honor her memory. Brekelmans tragically died in a house fire shortly after she graduated from Georgetown in May 2015.