Sam Harvey (L'83)

Samuel Harvey is advisor for regional projects in the Office of the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Leveraging longstanding relationships and a history of working with leaders in the region, he pursues sustainable funding sources to support the University’s social justice programs.

Harvey first came to Georgetown University to serve as director of Minority Student Affairs in 1976. During a tenure of more than twenty years at Georgetown University, he held positions as assistant to the president for urban affairs and federal relations (1985-88) and vice president for urban affairs (1988-96). While at Georgetown, Harvey served on numerous university and community boards, including as a founding member of the Conference on Minority Affairs of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities.

Additionally, Harvey has served as a member of the boards of directors of both Fairfield University (1985-91) and St. Peter’s College (1984-92). A graduate of Georgetown Law Center, Sam taught business law to undergraduate and graduate business students at Howard University from 2001 until December 2014, while serving at various times as a consultant for special projects to the president of Georgetown University.

Harvey will be featured on the What Does it Mean to be a Hoya panel with Tammee Thompson (C'91), Tyree Jones (L'86, Parent'21), Elizabeth Nalunga (F'19), and President John J. DeGioia.