As alumni of Georgetown McDonough, you belong to a select group of colleagues, friends, mentors, and leaders who share a lifelong bond to the school. Staying connected and remaining active in the alumni community while taking advantage of our global alumni network will benefit you over the course of your career as you live out the Jesuit principles of service to the community.
Georgetown McDonough Graduate Alumni Reunion
Friday, October 4 – Saturday, October 5, 2019 Celebrating the MBA, EMBA, GEMBA, and EML Classes of: 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009, & 2014 Mark your calendars now for the…
2019 Graduate Alumni Reunion Weekend!
See who’s coming, the reunion weekend schedule, and registration options here
Sachin Nagrani, who recently graduated from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business in Washington DC, went to Colombia to help former Farc rebels market their coffee to global supply chains. Working with coffee farmers might seem unrelated to Nagrani’s current role at a digital healthcare start-up, but he took away important lessons about being attuned to business problems — a skill he applies to his new venture. “We learnt from them that the ideas we might get from textbooks may not be executable, given other constraints,” he says.
Tory Paez (MBA‘20) entered business school with a desire to combine her consulting experience with her passion for social impact. Throughout her time at Georgetown, she has pursued classes, experiences and projects that have furthered her passion for a career in social impact, and the skills needed to be successful. She shared how she is using her MBA to build the skills she needs for a successful career in social impact, and how her time at Georgetown is helping her achieve that goal.
Lauren Apicella, Associate Director of Alumni Relations
As Associate Director of Alumni Relations, Lauren Apicella oversees and manages alumni engagement, with programs like the Alumni Ambassador Program and signature events such as the Graduate Reunion Weekend, Undergraduate Reunion events, and the Global Summit. She works throughout Georgetown McDonough to improve communications and engagement with alumni. Prior to Georgetown McDonough, Lauren worked in nonprofit development and communications. She earned her B.A. from the College of William & Mary.