Alumni

Elliott School alumni span the globe, contributing their skills and knowledge to a wide array of industries and professions. Our alumni engagement efforts are tailored to meet Elliott alumni where they live and work – from DC to Dubai, from the federal government to the corporate sector, and everywhere in between. The alumni connection to the Elliott School doesn’t end with graduation. Our alumni are members of a lifelong and worldwide Elliott community.

Check out our alumni resources below. For all other inquiries, please contact Elaine Garbe, Senior Associate Director for Elliott School Alumni Programs, at [email protected]. And stay connected with Elliott alumni through our Facebook and LinkedIn groups.

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More than 27,000
Elliott School Alumni

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Over 113
Countries Represented

 

Priorities

 

Upcoming Events

 

Ongoing

Check out the GW Alumni calendar for other fun events like trivia nights, wine tastings, and Buff and Blue Bytes!

 

Online Recordings

Check out the Elliott School YouTube channel for alumni and school event recordings

 

Alumni News

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A legacy left

Amb. Edward “Skip” Gnehm, BA ’66, MA ’68, a retiring Elliott faculty member who played a major role liberating Kuwait in 1991, will have a fellowship named in his honor.

Dean Ayres, Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley, Dana Bash, and Jenna Segal

Expert panelists discuss women in leadership

On the final day of Women's History Month, the Elliott School and the International Women of Elliott hosted a trio of distinguished alumnae, including Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley, BA '80Dana Bash, BA '93; and Jenna Segal, BA '98, for a discussion with Dean Alyssa Ayres.

Get Involved

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Whether you are looking to engage with fellow alumni, connect with students, or volunteer with Colonials in your community, we have an opportunity for you!

  • Host undergraduate students for dinner and share your career advice.
  • Help recruit the next generation of students.
  • Join a regional alumni network and meet fellow alumni in your area.
  • Participate in an alumni career panel and share your career expertise.
  • Join a reunion committee and reconnect with your friends.

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