Support our students – and the future of our world
Your gift to GW’s Elliott School is an investment in the future of our interconnected world.
The Elliott Equity Fund Awards support students with the greatest financial need, broadening access to the transformative power of an Elliott School education.
The International Women of Elliott Student Awards exemplify our school’s commitment to advancing the role of women on the world stage.
The Ambassador Edward “Skip” Gnehm Jr. Fellowship, a tribute to one of our most illustrious faculty members, supports the most outstanding graduate students in the Middle East Studies Program.
"I am passionate about diversity and inclusion, key components of the international affairs community. Opportunities like the Elliott Equity Fund Award allow these values to be translated into reality. Without the support of the Elliott School, accomplishing my dreams and going on to make a positive impact on the world would not be possible."
Daria Howard, M.A. '24
Elliott Equity Fund Awardee
How you can help
Your gift is a powerful game-changer. You may choose to support our amazing Elliott students, to further the research of our stellar faculty members, to contribute to strategic priorities through the Dean’ Fund – and more.
Whether you are looking to engage with fellow alumni, connect with students, or volunteer in your community, we have an opportunity for you!
“I’m extremely honored to receive this award to support my unpaid internship at the League of United Latin American Citizens. It will allow me to focus on my studies and internship, so that I can be the best candidate for my future endeavors to advance women’s rights around the world.”
Carla Dell’Angelica, B.A. '23
International Women of Elliott Awardee
The summer after her first year at GW – entirely online — Deseree Chacha spent three weeks in Tanzania, to visit her grandmother and other family members...
Roslyn M. Brock, M.S. ’89, shared with GW community members the impact Martin Luther King Jr.’s work has had on her life and why his message is still relevant today in a discussion she led at the Elliott School of International Affairs, titled “Leadership, Legacy and Influence of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in My Professional Journey.”
The International Women of Elliott Student Awards exemplify the school’s commitment to advancing the role of women on the world stage.
"Being at GW has reaffirmed my belief that I will be able to reach my career goals and make the world a better place through education and diplomacy. I have been able to meet with State Department officials, attend panels on US-China relations, and connect with other driven women working in international affairs. GW truly offers so many opportunities for those who do not fear to take them."
Anissa Ozbek, B.A. ’24
Executive Board Member, Delta Phi Epsilon Professional Foreign Service Sorority