Hi! My name is Jack Ludtke and I am a McDonough peer ambassador. Hometown: New Canaan, CT Class: 2017 Major:International Business
National Collegiate Security Conference, GU Student Association – What’s a Hoya?, New Student Orientation Event Coordinator, Georgetown Model United Nations Team
Interesting Fact About Me:
I worked at the US State Department this past summer in Policy Planning!
What made you choose Georgetown's McDonough School of Business?
I chose McDonough because I am interested in the intersection of commerce and governance. Forecasting macroeconomic trends from current events is a topic that I am particularly interested in; the business school is a great venue to pursue this!
What are the best things about being a Hoya?
The best part about being a Hoya is the sense of community on the Hilltop. In my experience here, the people who go to this school have a unique bond. Being a Hoya means connecting with a network of fantastic people!
Why do you love D.C.?
I love DC because of all the different restaurants and food experiences that are available! There is always somewhere new to try or a new adventure to have.
Share a defining and/or transformative classroom/educational moment?
My favorite class that I have taken so far is Business-Government Relations course. Professor Quinn does a great job of taking complex issues and breaking down the different variables that create the overall situation. I would definitely recommend it!
What is your advice to incoming Hoyas?
Get to know your dean! McDonough is very fortunate to have an exceptional team that is ready to help and guide you through your undergraduate process!