MSF Center for Career Strategy and Professional Engagement:
Hours of Operation*:
Monday and Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday: By Appointment Only
*Hours may vary during holiday breaks and summer sessions.
Thomas R. Stowell, Ed.S., GCDF, MCC Director of MSF Career Management
Thomas Stowell serves as the Director of Career Management for the Master of Science in Finance Program. In 2015, he established the MSF Center for Career Strategy and Professional Engagement and continues to lead the career management strategy and expansion of resources for the MSF Program. He is the primary point of contact for students, alumni, and employers related to career management.
Mr. Stowell brings over 15 years of experience in career management to his work at Georgetown; having previously developed and launched five new career centers at various colleges and universities during his career. He has consulted with a wide-range of businesses and organizations including The World Bank Group and The U.S. Department of State on issues related to career management, global mobility, organizational strategy and culture, talent development and retention, recruitment, human resource policy, and the launch of new initiatives.
He received his Ed.S. in Counseling and Leadership from The George Washington University and also holds an MA and BA in Education. He is a credentialed Global Career Development Facilitator and holds the Master Career Counselor from the National Career Development Association.
Allan Eberhart, PhD Professor of Finance and Director, Master of Science in Finance Program
Dr. Allan Eberhart is a Professor of Finance and the Director of the Master of Science in Finance Program in the McDonough School of Business. Professor Eberhart provides leadership in all areas of the MSF Program including strategy, curriculum, marketing, recruitment, and student experiences. He also serves as the Program’s representative to the Executive Education Division which houses the MSF. As a faculty member, Professor Eberhart is widely respected as a scholar, professor, and colleague. In addition to his responsibilities leading and teaching within the MSF, he conducts research and has published dozens of articles covering a wide range of topics such as market efficiency, bankruptcy and financial distress, equity valuation, option pricing, and the valuation of corporate research and development projects. His work has been published in prestigious journals including the Journal of Finance, Review of Financial Studies, and the Journal of Accounting Research.
Professor Eberhart received a PhD from the University of South Carolina and was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Stern School of Business at New York University during 1993-94 before joining the faculty at Georgetown. He has been an Affiliated Consultant with A.T. Kearney and a consultant to many other firms including Standard and Poor’s, Bates and White, and Wood Creek Capital Management.
Luke C. Weichbrod Associate Director, Master of Science in Finance Program
Luke Weichbrod is the Associate Director of the Master of Science in Finance (MSF) Program. He is responsible for ensuring that all aspects of the academic and student experience for the program are managed effectively. Luke has established strong relationships throughout the University and serves as a key ambassador for the program with both internal and external Georgetown stakeholders. Luke was drawn to the MSF Program because of his past experience working in strategic business development and his entrepreneurial experience with nonprofit organizations who seek to implement innovative approaches to improving the provision of resources, services, and programs.
A graduate of Towson University in 2010, Luke established a 501(c) 3 nonprofit foundation in 2011 whose mission is to promote “public awareness and to end impaired driving”. He currently serves as the Foundation's Executive Director where he partners on many fronts with community leaders and the State’s Attorney’s Office in Montgomery County, Maryland. The Foundation's goal is to create an effective dialogue with community members on the topics of making informed decisions, developing skills to respond to peer and group pressure, and to effectively manage situations where impairment from alcohol or other substances can lead to poor decision-making.