Sophomore Success Series

Georgetown College young alumni and students gathered for the last 2018 installment of the  Sophomore Success Dinner series earlier this month. (Photo by Darcy Palder/Georgetown College)

The Sophomore Success Series brings together a small group of recent alumni with sophomore students in the College to share experiences and give advice on a wide range of topics. The program is intentionally structured as a series of intimate dinners with Georgetown College alumni, rather than lectures, or one-on-one meetings. This informal setting helps to spark a more casual conversation between students and alumni on best practices for navigating their Georgetown experience.

The series was launched in Fall 2018. The Fall 2019 series dates are as follows:

  • Madeline Auerbach (C’17), American Studies Major, Senior Associate, Keybridge Communications
  • Molly O’Connell (C’16), Government and Economics Majors, Legislative Aide and Scheduler, Rep. Warren Davidson (OH-08)
  • Matt Martin (C’16), Economics and Government Majors, International Trade Specialist, Cassidy Levy Kent (USA) LLP
  • Casey Nolan (C’17), History and Government Majors, Research Specialist, Gartner
  • Nikki Thompson (C’17), Government and African American Studies, Partner Management and Business Development, National Basketball Association (NBA)

  • Khaliyah Legette (C’17), American Studies major, Education, Inquiry, and Justice minor, Special Assistant, United States Senate
  • Ellie Yaeger (C’17), American Studies major, Art History minor, History Teacher, Fusion Academy
  • Connor Bellows (C’16), Government major, Business Administration minor, Consultant, Deloitte Consulting, LLC
  • Queen Adesuyi (C’16), American Studies major, Women and Gender Studies minor, Policy Coordinator, Drug Policy Alliance Office of National Affairs

RSVP today to this session of the Sophomore Success Series, including our special guests:

  • Connor Bellows (C’16), Government Major, Business Administration MinorConsultant, Deloitte
  • Khaliyah Legette (C’17), American Studies Major, Education, Inquiry and Justice Minor, Special Assistant, United States Senate
  • Zaynab Malik (C’16), Arabic Major, Business Administration Minor, Manager, Engagement and External Affairs, Greater Washington Partnership
  • Brittany Neihardt (C’17), Government Major, Justice and Peace Minor, Law School Student, Georgetown University Law School