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Georgetown Business is the alumni magazine of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Published twice a year, the magazine highlights successful and interesting alumni, covers the latest business trends and faculty research, and reports on school news, events, and student, faculty, and alumni accomplishments.

Alumni, send us your news: Submit a class note. Want to pitch a story or provide feedback? Contact the editor.

  • Success Stories

    Senior Febin Bellamy created Unsung Heroes to celebrate the often invisible workers who keep Georgetown University running. The campus community didn’t just notice; it took action.

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  • Thanks for Sharing

    Georgetown alumni reveal what makes the sharing economy tick. Spoiler alert: It goes way beyond sharing.

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  • Research Evolved

    At age 60, Georgetown McDonough has a thriving business research enterprise. Faculty who helped shape that culture recall what it took to get here.

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  • The (Over) Optimists

    Research ties a CEO’s degree of optimism and confidence to a company’s performance

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  • Mission and Strategy: Profile of Deborah Tepley (EMBA’16)

    When Church of the Advent opened its second location in the Brookland neighborhood of Washington, D.C., in April 2016, it needed the same things any growing organization seeks: strategy and structure. The Anglican church found both in longtime congregation member Deborah Tepley (EMBA’16).

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  • Evolving an Empire: Profile of Manan Bhansali (B’92)

    Few people spend their time bridging the history of a famous colonial trading empire with the modern world, but that’s just another day at the office for Manan Bhansali (B’92), vice president of marketing and product for the East India Company.

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  • Kicking Cancer: Profile of Andres Kiger (MBA’95)

    When it comes to footwear, Chuck Taylor All Stars are iconic. So when Andres Kiger (MBA’95) looked for a way to bring Converse into the fight against breast cancer in Latin America, he saw the power of a pink sneaker.

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  • Read the Full Issue

    Browse the entire spring issue of Georgetown Business magazine.

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