McDonough School of Business

Executive MBA Careers

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45%Salary Increase
$223,287Average Salary of 2020 Graduating Class
4thin the U.S. for Career Progress Financial Times

The Executive MBA Careers team provides you with a host of options that are outcome-driven, customized, and highly focused on individual needs. They include:

  1. Personalized one-on-one coaching where students develop their goals and work on specific desired outcomes.
  2. In-class leadership sessions to prepare for career journey challenges.
  3. Assessments to identify emotional intelligence, values, and work styles.
  4. Access to Georgetown’s global alumni network.
  5. Career platform for events, a repository of templates, and best practices/guidance to achieve goals.

Personalized Career Coaching

3 EMBA students in Hariri

Whether you’re looking to advance your career at your current organization, pivot to a new industry, sector, or company, or start your own business, our team of coaches offer comprehensive support through their diverse and extensive industry experiences.

Our robust coaching program includes specialty in military transitions, finance, marketing, leadership, career pivots, self-awareness/emotional resilience, c-suite, entrepreneurship, nonprofit, consulting, government, real estate, private sector, and more.

Our Assistant Dean, Graduate and Executive Degree Programs

Denise Durgin

Denise Durgin (EML’16)

Assistant Dean, Graduate and Executive Degree Programs

Denise Durgin serves the McDonough School of Business as assistant dean for Graduate and Executive Degree Programs within the McDonough Career Center. Most recently Durgin was a patient experience performance advisor for the women’s and children’s clinical staff and senior executive clinical triad at Inova Health System. Before her role in patient experience, Durgin worked for more than 25 years at Marriott International and The Ritz-Carlton in sales, marketing, and revenue management leadership roles. She also served as senior director in asset management at Host Hotels & Resorts, the world’s largest REIT.

Durgin earned her Executive Master’s in Leadership at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and her undergraduate degree in hotel, restaurant, and travel administration at The University of Massachusetts, Isenberg School of Management. Durgin also is a certified executive coach credentialed through the International Coach Federation. She lives in McLean, Virginia, with her husband and two pups, Stella and Stewie. She’s a stepmom of four daughters and enjoys time with her family, fitness, reading, Boston sports, and serving others through her volunteer work.

For more than 20 years, Durgin has given back to the D.C.-area community through her volunteer work on various boards and councils in the oncology space. Her passion to serve others also resulted in publishing her first book, Prescription for Proton Radiation, as well as numerous media appearances and participation on patient panels both locally and at the national level.

Contact Denise Durgin

Contact Executive MBA Careers Team

Denise Durgin, Assistant Dean, Graduate and Executive Degree Programs
Georgetown University McDonough School of Business
Hariri Building, Suite 285