Women’s Forum 2021: For her. for him. for them. for all.

Women's Forum 2021: For her. for him. for them. for all.

A Virtual Event
February 22–26, 2021

About the Women’s Forum

The Georgetown University Women’s Forum celebrates Georgetown women from each of the nine schools and includes phenomenal plenaries, interactive workshops, and networking opportunities. From law to business, policy to science and government, and technology to the public sector, the Forum features discussions on timely and intersectional issues while uniting and strengthening the Georgetown community.

Normally, a two-day forum, this event provides an opportunity for smart, passionate Georgetown alumni from across the country and abroad to share experiences, ideas, and expertise around women and gender issues. All are welcome to attend!

In light of the global pandemic, Georgetown has decided to postpone the in-person forum and create a week long virtual Women’s Forum leading up to Women’s History Month. All sessions will be hosted online within the Cvent Virtual Attendee Hub. The Hub serves as a centralized online platform that will host everything for the virtual week of programming. Registration is required to receive access to the Hub to view the live events. 

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A welcome message from Georgetown University’s President John J. DeGioia and Georgetown University Alumni Association’s Executive Director, Julia Farr (C’88, Parent)

Women’s Forum Faculty/Alumni Committee

Melissa Bradley (B’89)
Co-Founder, Ureeka
Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University

Terri Carmichael Jackson (C’89, L’92)
Executive Director, Women’s National Basketball Players Association

Soraya Chemaly (C’88)
Director, Women’s Media Center Speech Project

Diana De Castro (C’88)
Former Senior Advisor, Pro Mujer

Jessica Grounds (EML’12)
Co-Founder, Mine the Gap

Fitz Lufkin (C’11, MA’12)
Senior Consultant, M&A, Deloitte

Dr. Subha Madhavan
Chief Data Scientist, Georgetown University Medical Center
Associate Professor of Oncology, Georgetown University

Professor Robert Patterson (C’02)
Professor of African American Studies, Georgetown University

Tiffany Yu (B’10)
CEO & Founder, Diversability