Shari Hubert Appointed Associate Dean of MBA Admissions
Shari Hubert has joined Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business as Associate Dean of MBA Admissions, where she is responsible for planning and executing successful recruitment strategies to attract highly qualified and diverse students to Georgetown McDonough's Full-time and Evening MBA programs.
Hubert comes to higher education after working at the Peace Corps, where she served as director of recruitment within the Office of Volunteer Recruitment and Selection. In this capacity, she was responsible for recruiting 4,000 volunteers annually and managed the operations of nine regional recruitment offices across the United States. Prior to joining the Peace Corps, Hubert was the senior vice president of campus recruitment for Citi’s Global Bank in North America and was responsible for overseeing the recruitment of analysts and associates into the corporate and investment banks as part of Citi’s Markets & Banking Division.
She previously served as manager for campus relations in corporate recruiting and staffing at GE’s corporate headquarters where she was responsible for the overall recruiting efforts and budget allocation across the southeast region of GE’s strategic university relationships. Hubert also has experience in the not-for-profit sector where she ran the Executive Leadership and Civic Development Program at the Partnership for New York City, a business advocacy association focused on public and private partnerships. She worked as a consultant for The Boston Consulting Group, and began her career in sales and marketing at Merck and Co., Inc.
Hubert earned an MBA from Harvard Business School in 2000, and graduated cum laude with a B.A. in French from Dartmouth College in 1992.
About Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business
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 world-wide 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. Follow us on Twitter @msbgu.