Alumni and Friends

We invite you to participate in the future of the Landegger Program.

Volunteer with the Landegger Program and help us to continue to shape the education that shaped you.

Engagement Opportunities

  • Become an alumni interviewer
  • Become a career network advisor or mentor
  • Help students and new alumni look for internships and jobs
  • Join an alumni panel or volunteer to be a speaker on campus
  • Provide corporate event space for IBD through your company 
  • Make a gift or pledge to the Landegger Program. Your contribution will help ensure the success of the program for generations to come.

Our Giving page will give instructions and send you the to SFS Giving portal where you can designate your gift.

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NY Alumni Visit with Landegger Program Faculty

On Thursday, September 30, 2010 NYC alumni gathered at the JPMorgan Chase Conference Center for a special reception and substantive discussion with Landegger Faculty.  Alumni engaged with faculty and each other to offer insights and perspective on the substance and training offered to Georgetown students in the honors certificate program.

International Business Diplomacy: “What are the New Frontiers?”
with
Dr. Theodore H. Moran, Director
Marcus Wallenberg Professor of International Business and Finance

Dr. John M. Kline
Professor of International Business Diplomacy

Dr. Marc L. Busch
Karl F. Landegger Professor of International Business Diplomacy

Thursday, September 30, 2010
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

JPMorgan Chase Conference Center
277 Park Avenue, 17th floor, Suite 1710
New York, NY

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The Landegger Program sponsors various events designed to facilitate contact between IBD candidates and IBD alumni. Events include meetings, lunches, career information sessions and speaker engagements. These events allow students to connect with alumni. Students seek advice about their course of study, area of interest, and opportunities in the professional world from IBD alumni with relevant experience.

Students will learn more about what types of positions are available for graduates with an IBD background and which skills are in demand in today's job market. Many students take advantage of these initial contacts to develop a mentor relationship with alumni, permitting more in-depth conversations that may continue throughout the candidate's program of study.

We invite all alumni to participate. Please let us know if you would like to participate in one of our events.

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In April of 2004 the Landegger Program celebrated its 25th Anniversary at a special alumni reception in the Intercultural Center Galleria. Dean Gallucci, Dean Emeritus Krogh and the Landegger Family joined Ted Moran in welcoming back alumni and celebrating the success of IBD. Over 200 alumni, faculty and friends of IBD joined in the celebration. Alumni representing nearly every class year were in attendance.

Distinguished alumni/ae Molly Ashby (MSFS 1983) CEO, Solera Capital, LLC, Wendy Silberman Cutler (MSFS 1983) Assistant USTR for North Asian Affairs, Ted Carter (BSFS 1987) President and CEO, National Capital Revitalization Corporation (NCRC), and Patrick McKenna (MBA 1998) Vice President of Business Development at LiveOps, Inc. shared observations about their careers and reflected on the importance of their IBD training as a springboard to their current success.