Black Alumni Summit

Highlighting members of our community, representing the diverse ways in which we are professionally and personally engaged, and uplifting our impactful work.

About the Black Alumni Summit

Since 2015, Georgetown University has hosted the biennial Black Alumni Summit to celebrate the professional and personal achievements of our diverse and accomplished Black alumni community. The Summit brings undergraduate and graduate Black alumni from across the globe, classes, schools, eras, professions, and walks of life back to the Hilltop to reconnect with each other and with the university.

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Highlights from the Black Alumni Summit 2019

Through interactive programming, including panel discussions, networking events, and social activities, we hope to channel the energy of Georgetown’s Black alumni toward a heightened level of community and university stewardship.

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Through this effort to stay connected between summits, we will regularly highlight members of our community, who represent the diverse ways in which we are professionally and personally engaged, and recognize our impactful work.

Additionally, we will convene our Critical Conversations series focused on elevating and collectively addressing timely issues that affect our community and facilitate opportunities for alumni to learn about efforts underway at Georgetown relevant to our community.

Watch past Critical Conversations on the Black Alumni Summit Facebook page »

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