We recently caught up with Roger-Mark De Souza, MA '95, to learn how GW and the Elliott School influenced his career.
They will work with 14 other members to help strengthen and promote an invested alumni community.
Over 25,000 businesses use Scopio to purchase images and hire global artists to commission illustration, photography and 3D graphics.
The former Presidential Administrative Fellow, cheerleader and part-time “bleacher creature” took office July 1.
Anthony Shop, MBA ’11, is the co-founder of the top LGTBQ-owned firm in the United States.
“There’s so many things I know I wouldn’t have been able to do if not for financial aid,” Cameron said.
Liam Paup, BA ’20, and Calvin DeWitt, BS ’21, left for their missions earlier this month.
Now general counsel at Verily and a regular GW donor, alumna says the impact of aid on her own life reminds her to give back to others.
Former SMHS Dean Jeffrey Akman, MD ’81, RESD ’85, Makes $3.5 Million Bequest to Fund Student Research
Akman Innovation Fund awards “venture capital” grants to inaugural cohort.
This year’s graduates were welcomed into the GW Alumni Association.
Dana Bash, BA ’93, and Charles “Chuck” Todd, ATT '90 to ’94, will both receive an honorary Doctor of Public Service.
The GW Black Alumni Association recognized alumni for their contributions to GW and their communities.
Josh Lasky, BA ‘07, MPA ‘09, is focused on engaging and aligning the university community to fulfill GW’s ambitious sustainability commitments.