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Alumni Association

Georgetown University Alumni Association

Alumni House

Board of Governors 2011–2012

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Mary Beth Connell, M.D., M’89
President, Georgetown University Alumni Association
Bethesda, MD

George Peacock, C’84
President-Elect
Chevy Chase, MD

William G. Reynolds, C’79, Parent ’10, ’13
Associate Vice-President, Alumni Relations and Annual Fund Executive Director,
Georgetown University Alumni Association

Washington, DC

Joseph Guarriello, B’71, L’74
Treasurer and Chair, Audit and Finance Committee
Silver Spring, MD

Curtis Romig, C’94
Parliamentarian
Atlanta, GA

Matthew Reilein, F’00
Chair, Annual Fund Committee
Chicago, IL

Jeff Chapski, B’91
Chair, Career Services Committee
Mamaroneck, NY

Ann Tierney Prochnow, C'88
Chair, Class Advancement Committee
Kansas City, MO

Anne Marie DiNardo, MA'00
Chair, Communications and Technology Committee
Arlington, VA

Paul Liguori, B’84, L’87
Chair, Alumni Club Committee
Huntington Beach, CA

Kevin McIntyre, L'88
Chair, Awards Committee
Arlington, VA

Jamal Epps, C'01
Chair, Nominations Committee
New York, NY

Mark Siskin, F’71, Parent ’03, ’09
Chair, Strategic Review Committee
Atlanta, GA

Floyd Ciruli, L’76
Chair, Law Alumni Board
Denver, Co

Timothy Duffin, M.D., M’88, R’92
President, National Medical Alumni Board
Clarksville, MD

Victor Siegel, D.D.S., D’78
Chair, Dental Alumni Board
Derwood, MD

Chris McArdle, B’93
President, Hoyas Unlimited
Great Falls, VA

Raymond J. Esposito, F’78, Parent ’14
Chair, Alumni Admissions Program
Providence, RI

R. Bartley Moore, F’87
Vice-President, Office of Advancement
Washington, DC

THE GEORGETOWN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

The Georgetown Alumni Association was formally established in 1881, and currently includes a community of more than 160,000 graduates worldwide. The mission of the alumni association is to ensure that you have the ability to maintain the important relationship you develop at Georgetown throughout every stage of your life by providing opportunities for fellowship, learning, and service.

Georgetown alumni serve the university in a variety of ways:

  • Through more than 85 Alumni Clubs worldwide
  • As alumni interviewers, a group of more than 5,000 alumni, who meet with every prospective Georgetown student
  • In over 50 alumni class programs, where more than 1,250 alumni are involved in publishing class newsletters, planning reunions, and soliciting funds to support Georgetown
  • Alumni Career Network participants, a community of 18,000 alumni, who have volunteered to provide career advice and support to student and fellow alumni

The alumni association sponsors a variety of programs and services specifically designed to support current Georgetown students:

  • Georgetown Alumni Online, featuring up-to-date Alumni Club and class contact information and events
  • The Online Alumni Career Network
  • Reunion Weekends
  • Lifetime “@georgetown.edu” e-mail forwarding
  • Homecoming Weekend
  • Student/Alumni Career Symposiums held in major U.S. markets during Winter and various career panels and events featuring alumni throughout the academic year
  • Georgetown Travel Society Tours, with itineraries customized for Georgetown alumni, support alumni connecting with each other and with current Georgetown students
  • Luggage tags as a Graduation Gift

Thousands of alumni, parents, friends, and current students enjoy the benefits of being Georgetown alumni association members—and supporting important academic and alumni programming at the same time. The Georgetown University Alumni Association recognizes the importance of the special relationships you will nurture as students, and continue to share throughout your lives.

Office of the University RegistrarG-01 White Gravenor Building37th and O Streets, N.W., Washington D.C. 20057Phone: (202) 687.4020Fax: (202) 687.3608univregistrar@georgetown.edu