Arick Wierson (SFS’94) urges Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen (SFS’94) to reconsider her defense of the current administration’s practices of child separation at the border. He evokes memories of their time together at Georgetown and emphasizes how the practices she is supporting are in direct contrast to the pillars of humanitarian service and compassion taught at the SFS.
As part of an effort to profile women in private equity, Susan Nickey (MSFS ’86) was interviewed by McGuire Woods LLP. She discussed gender equality in the world of sustainable energy investment and her experiences in that career field.
Emily Buss (MAGES ’13) wrote an op-ed in the Hill exploring Italy’s relationship with the European Union. Buss argues that while Italy’s new government provides a serious challenge, a relationship between the two parties would benefit both sides.
Sacred Heart Greenwich announced that Elizabeth Dennison (SFS ’06) will be taking over as the school’s new athletic director. Dennison previously served as the head women’s rowing coach at Cornell University and competed for Georgetown’s women’s rowing squad as an undergraduate.
Drawing on her personal experience as a Chinese-American, Rebecca Kuang (SFS ’18) recently published her first book, “The Poppy War.” Kuang notes that she hopes the literature will shed light on important Chinese historical events that are sometimes overlooked in the American educational system.
Trae Stephens (SFS ’06) spoke with Fortune Magazine on investment strategy, technology, and his role in the Trump transition process. “I’ve always been fascinated by how technology can touch these really unsexy, broken industries,” explained Stephens in the interview.