Executive Master's in Leadership

EML Opens Program with Lessons from the Past

At the start of March, the Executive Master's in Leadership Program welcomed its 10th cohort for an opening residency at the Gettysburg Battlefields in Pennsylvania. Twenty-four students representing the government, non-profit, entrepreneurship, and financial services industries met to discuss Answering the Call: Strategy, Mobilization, Execution – and the Aftermath. The new class was welcomed by McDonough faculty members Catherine Tinsley, and Luc Wathieu, who also is the school's deputy dean.

EML Capstone Showcases Outstanding Papers

On Saturday, February 15, the Executive Master’s in Leadership (EML) Program held its annual Showcase of Outstanding Masters Papers. Out of 31 projects, the top four papers were selected to be presented to staff, students, and alumni at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business. We congratulate the following students on their exceptional work:

Brigette Bethea, ULEAD: Building, Bridging, Transforming
Mentor: Thomas Hajduk
Reader: Richard America

School's Out for 25 DCPS Principals Graduating from Georgetown's Executive Master's in Leadership Program

The inaugural cohort of District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) principals participating in a new, first-ever specialized leadership master’s program at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will graduate on Saturday, December 7, 2013. The DCPS Executive Master’s in Leadership (EML) Program was created to equip local principals and administrators with the skills and knowledge necessary to promote excellence within the school system.

Executive Master’s in Leadership Students Honored by D.C. Public Schools

Two of the participants in the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business for District of Columbia Public Schools principals Executive Master’s in Leadership Program recently received the 2013 Rubenstein Award for School Leaders. Janeece C. Docal, principal at Powell Elementary School, and Natalie Gordon, principal at Jefferson Academy, both were honored with the award, which is voted on by District of Columbia Public Schools educators, students, parents, and community members. The event took place on November 4 at the Kennedy Center.