Check out events for Hoyas year-round and worldwide
Giving Tuesday Social Impact Panel
Georgetown Entrepreneurship Alliance presents a conversation with Georgetown alumni entrepreneurs who will discuss the challenges and opportunities around social entrepreneurship and how Georgetown’s Jesuit value of men and women for others inspired their social impact journey.
- Carrie Rich (MS’09), The Global Good Fund
- Deloris Wilson (L’16), Axle Impact Studio
- Kimberly Reilly (I’95), everybodywater
- Lynn Margherio (C’88), Cradles to Crayons
- Moderated by: Melissa Bradley (B’89), Ureeka
Date: Tuesday, Dec. 1, 1 p.m. EST
AI and the Future of Work
Join Paul Almeida (P’16, ‘20), dean of the McDonough School of Business and Georgetown alumni in the world of AI for a look at how AI is shaping the future of work, and what steps are being taken to prepare the next generation workforce.
- Flynn Coleman (F’03), Author, A Human Algorithm
- Maggie Little, Founder & Director, Ethics Lab, Kennedy Institute of Ethics
- Fabio Rosati (B’87, P’18, ‘23), Executive Chairman, Snagajob
- Jason Schloetzer, Associate Professor, Georgetown University McDonough School of Business
Date: Wednesday, Dec., 2, 12:30 p.m. EST
Skills Day – Excel for Finance
How Corporations Can Be A Force for Good
Featuring Troye Bullock (C’16), Co-Founder and COO, Good Projects Danielle Conkling (B’01), Senior Manager, Silicon Valley Bank Jennifer Heflin (B’03, MBA’10), Senior Manager, Management Consulting, Accenture
Moderated by Patricia Grant, senior associate dean of the undergraduate program
Looking Forward: the Future of Environmental, Social , and Corporate Governance
Featuring Natasha Braginsky Mounier (F’91), former ESG Investment Director, The Capital Group
Virtual Reunion State of the School
Featuring updates from Dean Paul Almeida and Senior Associate Deans Prashant Malaviya, Bardia Kamrad, and Allan Eberhart
Reunion Panel: Big Data, Small Data, and COVID-19
Featuring Professor Jose Luis Guererro Cusumano, Jocelyn Byrne Houle (MBA’98), and Aishah Iqba (MBA’06)
Stanton Distinguished Leaders Series Presents Aesthetic Intelligence: What It Is, Why It Matters, and How It Will Redefine Branding in the Post-Pandemic Era
Featuring Pauline Brown, former chair, LVMH North America.
Stanton Distinguished Leaders Summer Series presents: One Person, Many Roles – Thriving Personally and Professionally
Featuring Daisy Dowling, founder and CEO of Workparent and Kelsey Lents (MBA’18) co-founder and CEO of Two Birds
Stanton Distinguished Leaders Summer Series Presents: A Catalyst for Good: How AI is Helping the Fight Against COVID-19
Featuring Ken Mulvany, founder of Benevolent AI
Cooking with Melissa d’Arabian
Join MBA’93 alumna and Food Network star Melissa d’Arabian as she takes through how to make sesame crusted salmon with miso sauce.
The Business of Sustainable Investments
Featuring Jeff Cohen (MBA’11), head of private investments initiatives, Sustainability Accounting Standards Board, moderated by Vishal Agrawal, Provost’s Distinguished Lapeyre Family Associate Professor.
A Reskilling Revolution, Lifelong Learning and the Future of Work
Featuring Koma Gandy (MBA’06), head of curriculum at Codecademy and her insights on AI and its future in education
Tactics for Teleworking Success
Featuring Brooks Holtom, professor of management, and Michael O’Leary, teaching professor of management, Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business.
Telework Leadership Best Practices
Establishing a strong telework environment will continue to become essential for years to come. Michael O’Leary, teaching professor of management, shares best practices for managing employees, yourself, and others in your home while working remotely.
Balancing Act: Managing Your Work and Family While Working Remote
Led by Alison Davis (MBA’00), executive director, JP Morgan, with Jennifer Balkus (MBA’15), director, American Express, and Lisa Mayr (MBA’98), former chief financial officer, MicroStrategy
Global Perspectives on COVID-19 Across Industries
Featuring Marcelo Lu (F’03), Sissi Freeman (F’03), Henrik Lund (F’01), David Gold (B’03), and Hitesh Bharwani (B’04)
Should Financial Markets be Closed?
Panelists include former Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) chief economists James Overdahl and Jeff Harris, along with former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) chief economists Larry Harris, Chester Spatt, and Craig Lewis.
Global Virtual Series on Fintech: “On the Rise of Fintechs – Credit Scoring Using Digital Footprints”
Featuring Manju Puri, J. B. Fuqua Professor of Finance, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
Global Virtual Series on Fintech: “Cryptocurrency in the Coronavirus Crisis”
Featuring David Yermack, Albert Fingerhut Professor of Finance and Business Transformation, New York University Stern School of Business.
Global Virtual Series on Fintech: “Beyond the Balance Sheet Model of Banking- Implications for Bank Regulation and Monetary Policy”
Featuring Amit Seru, the Steven and Roberta Denning Professor of Finance, Stanford University.
Global Virtual Series on Fintech: “Stable Fees: A Predictable Market for Cryptocurrencies”
Featuring Maureen O’Hara, the Robert W. Purcell Professor of Management at Cornell University
The Markets Have Been Rocked! Where are the Headed?
Moderated by Reena Aggarwal, Robert E. McDonough Professor of Business Administration, professor of finance, and director, Center for Financial Markets and Policy. The panel included Michael J. Mauboussin (C’86, P’17, ’19), head of Conciliant Research, Counterpoint Global, author of three books, and adjunct professor, Columbia Business School; Nancy Flanagin Doyle (C’86, P’22), founder, The Doyle Group, consultant and author, CFA; Guy Adami (B’86, P’21, ’22, ’23), original member, CNBC’s Fast Money; and Kathleen Murphy, president, personal investing, Fidelity Investments.
Overview of Markets
Led by Thomas Cooke, distinguished teaching professor, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.
Global Virtual Seminar Series on Fintech: “Kill Zone”
Featuring Luigi Zingales, Robert C. McCormack Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance, and Charles M. Harper, faculty fellow, University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Business for Impact
Corporate responsibility in the time of the coronavirus.