Straight from the Dean

Learn about Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business directly from the dean as he shares his vision for the school and the future of business education.

Dean Paul Almeida

Dean Almeida’s Vision for Georgetown McDonough

Imagine a world where our biggest private and public institutions are led by Georgetown McDonough graduates who have the tools and capabilities, and who are led by the Jesuit mission to serve the common good. That’s the world Dean Almeida wants to live in, and in this video he describes his vision to get the McDonough School of Business to that place by being smart, innovative, and distinctive and by leveraging the school’s strengths on campus and in Washington, D.C. (September 28, 2018)

State of the School Address 2018

Dean Almeida discusses how being smart, innovative, and distinctive will enable Georgetown McDonough to continue its path toward “True North” — serving our students and scholarship — at the annual State of the School Address. (September 12, 2018)

Straight from the Dean – Fall 2017

Dean Paul Almeida takes a moment to reflect on Georgetown McDonough’s 60-year history and share his vision for our school’s future. (December 13, 2017)

State of the School Address 2017

Dean Almeida shares his vision for the McDonough School of Business at its annual State of the School Address. (September 7, 2017)

Introducing Dean Almeida

Paul Almeida is Dean and William R. Berkley Chair at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. A member of the Georgetown community for more than two decades, Almeida has served Georgetown McDonough in a number of positions, including most recently as deputy dean for executive education and innovation and, prior to that, as senior associate dean for executive education. He also serves as professor of strategy and international business. (August 1, 2017)