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Georgetown Business Srping 2018 coverPreview of the Fall 2018 Issue

A Dream Deferred: Carlos Sera never gave up on his dream to graduate from Georgetown, and Georgetown never gave up on him.

Highlights from the Spring 2018 Issue

A Matter of Principal: A leadership program at Georgetown McDonough works to change the face of public school education in Washington, D.C.

The Rise of the Silver Economy: The growing population of older adults has businesses scrambling to address the challenges — and opportunities — that come with aging in the 21st century.

Time Travel: A couple says farewell to work and travels around the globe for a year.

Sowing Seeds: Luis Gonzalez (B’15) finds success in a new generation of entrepreneurs.

Social Entrepreneurship: Andrea Perez Castro (MBA’11) is dedicated to mentoring Latin American youth.

Deep Leadership: Brian Linville (MSF’17) learned to be a leader miles under the surface of the high seas.

Read the entire Spring 2018 issue.

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Georgetown Business Magazine Stories
  • Carlos Sera receives his diploma from his daughter (right) as his son’s home in Houston. Photo by Michael Stravato.
    A Dream Deferred

    Carlos Sera never gave up on his dream to graduate from Georgetown, and Georgetown never gave up on him.

  • Luis Gonzalez, B'15
    Sowing Seeds

    Luis Gonzalez (B’15) finds success in a new generation of entrepreneurs.

  • Andrea Perez Castro (MBA'11)
    Social Entrepreneurship

    Andrea Perez Castro (MBA’11) is dedicated to mentoring Latin American youth.

  • Brian Linville, MSF'17
    Deep Leadership

    Brian Linville (MSF’17) learned to be a leader miles under the surface of the high seas.

  • Older adult workers, illustration by Dan Bejar
    The Rise of the Silver Economy

    The growing population of older adults has businesses scrambling to address the challenges — and opportunities — that come with aging in the 21st century.

  • Time Travel

    Couple says farewell to work and travels around the globe for a year.

  • Kathryn Procope, head of school, Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science, photo by Jonathan Timmes
    A Matter of Principal

    A leadership program at Georgetown McDonough works to change the face of public school education in Washington, D.C.

  • Illustration of Executive in Residence J. Douglas Holladay
    5 Ways to Make Life and Work More Meaningful

    Making meaning and purpose central to life and work is more art than science. But as Heinz Christian Prechter Executive in Residence J. Douglas Holladay explains, certain practices offer a road map to living such a life.

  • DCFoodPorn founder Justin Schuble (B'17)
    Shoot, Post, Drool

    Justin Schuble (B’17) has juicy plans for his popular @dcfoodporn Instagram account.

  • Lincoln Shi (MBA'06)
    Career Pioneers

    Lincoln Shi (MBA'06) dedicates his business to growing global education.

  • Deena Fox (B'92, EMBA'05)
    Grand Design

    Deena Fox (B’92, EMBA’05) brings business strategy to major architecture projects.

  • Professor Neeru Paharia
    Busy Beings

    Are humblebrags about a hectic work life the new social status symbols?