McDonough School of Business
McDonough School of Business

MAAC Sub-committees

Creating Equality Sub-committee

The Creating Equality committee focuses on strategies and initiatives to recruit and support women, BIPOC and other underrepresented students. Working closely with the MBA Admissions, Program Office and Career Center, the committee explores programming, scholarships, academic support, and other activities designed to attract more students to the program, make everyone feel more represented and welcome during the program, and equip them with tools to succeed as inclusive leaders in their careers.

Alumni Engagement Sub-committee

The MAAC Alumni Engagement committee works to improve MBA alumni engagement by creating exciting and interesting opportunities for the McDonough School of Business community. The committee, with the help of the alumni relations team, identifies alumni engagement tactics to increase attendance at signature alumni events and improve engagement across different activities and volunteer opportunities provided by the school. Members brainstorm and advise on potential campaigns that would motivate alumni to engage with Georgetown McDonough.

Alumni Giving Sub-committee

The purpose of the MBA Alumni Giving Subcommittee is to increase both the number of MSB graduate alumni donors and the total dollars raised in support of the MBA program. Philanthropic support from alumni provides the resources necessary to prepare our students with the global perspective, practical experience, and industry knowledge necessary to enter the ever-changing global economy of the 21th century.

Alumni Mentor Program Sub-committee

The Mentorship Committee’s mission is to help students and alumni enhance and strengthen their connection to McDonough School of Business through a year-long mentorship program. The committee pairs MBA 1st year students with an MBA alumni to allow students to learn from their mentors’ life experiences and perspectives, including “things you don’t learn in business school”. The goal is to foster relationships that extend beyond the student graduating from the program.

MBA Strategy Sub-committee

The MAAC Strategy subcommittee works with the senior associate dean of the MBA program to help develop a long-term strategy that would achieve the ambition of being recognized across the world as the leader in providing a unique “whole person” education, while maintaining our strong competitive position, by leveraging the unique assets of the program (namely, DC location, GU expertise, Jesuit heritage, and global reputation). Our intent is NOT to take our foot off the gas in terms of rankings, rather our goal is to develop a strategy that would deliver a differentiated “whole person” education, with the unique assets at our disposal that will RESULT in stronger ranking. The question is how do we deliver on this goal?

Please contact the MBA Program Manager if you are interested in joining MAAC