The Georgetown McDonough Office of Marketing and Communications
Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
Teresa Mannix elevates the reputation of the school by overseeing brand marketing, internal and external communications, editorial content, media relations, digital marketing, events, and rankings. Her responsibilities also include the school’s alumni relations and corporate relations efforts.
Communications and Media Relations Team
Samantha Krause raises the visibility of the school by leading an editorial team responsible for content development, publications, and social media. She oversees media relations, rankings, and content strategy, and works with various stakeholders across the university to increase awareness of McDonough School of Business programs and initiatives.
Digital Marketing Team
Patrick Burritt is responsible for directing the design, production, and delivery of electronic mass communication. He collaborates with all departments to create an effective, engaging, and cohesive digital identity for the school. He is the lead on public-facing, web-based initiatives and helps direct the content management strategy using data analytics.
Emily Dixon facilitates and guides the production, design, delivery as well as measurement of digital communications across Georgetown McDonough’s programs. She uses data to drive thoughtful decision making in marketing and communications collaborations with all departments in the business school. Her goal is to help to create and maintain a cohesive voice and brand identity that showcases the exceptional opportunities our school has to offer.
Stephanie Martineau leads the events team at the school with execution of signature events, ceremonies, receptions, multifaceted conferences, and gala dinners. She works with students, program offices, and alumni to engage participants, provide networking opportunities for alumni, and bolster events on campus for all students.
Corporate and External Relations
Sean McGilley is responsible for forming relationships with strategic external partners for the McDonough School of Business, including corporations, non-profits, government agencies, and associations. He collaborates with various teams across the school and the university to develop and implement plans to grow our external engagement opportunities.