In her capacity as counselor, Rosie provides academic and career advisory services for students and alumni affiliated with the Landegger Program. Rosie advises students on curriculum design and course selection tailoring her counseling service to each student’s individual needs based on his or her chosen field of interest and in line with the technical skills needed to work in the international business arena. She also works closely with students and alumni as an adviser in their professional career search and career transition efforts.
Prior to returning to Georgetown University in 1999 Rosie served in both the public and private sectors. Her public service included time at the National Security Council serving in the White House and moving to the U.S. Treasury Department Office of the General Counsel, before pursuing further graduate studies. Beginning in the summer of 1987, Rosie transitioned to the private sector and joined the investment banking firm of J.P. Morgan working in the Latin America Financial Advisory and M&A group. Returning to Washington, D.C, in 1990 as Group Vice President and Strategic Planning Manager for the commercial banking firm First American Metro Corp., she focused not only on general strategy issues but also provided Executive Leadership and Team Dynamics training to senior and mid-level management.
Rosie is a Georgetown University alumna, earning her BSFS and IBD Honors Certificate in 1983. In 1988, she received her MBA from the Harvard Business School. Ms. O'Neil has been a career counselor for over 14 years. She is a Certified Career Management Coach and a certified career counselor in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator working toward her Master Practitioner Certification.
Valerie Hernandez holds a B.S. in Foreign Service and a Masters in Human Resources Management from Georgetown University. She is responsible for the program finances, departmental human resources support, and oversees the course registration for all Global Business offerings within the School of Foreign Service. She has held financial and administrative positions at Georgetown over the past decade. Valerie is a proud Hoya and an avid Georgetown Basketball fan.
Kurt is responsible for all outreach and engagement efforts, keeping students and alumni connected to the daily happenings of the IBD Program through the use of social and digital media. Kurt also plans and manages events, while serving as program photographer, videographer, web content manager and graphic designer.
Kurt holds a B.A. from Georgetown University and is currently pursuing his MBA at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business. Kurt is passionate about travel and pursues every possible opportunity to explore the world, see new places, and learn about people and their culture.