Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business Names New MBA Admissions Dean
The McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University has named a new associate dean of MBA admissions, the school announced last week. In this role, Shari Hubert will be responsible for helping attract highly qualified, diverse applicants to the full-time and evening MBA programs.
Hubert’s new position at McDonough will be her first in higher education. She most recently served as director of recruitment for the Peace Corps, where she led the recruitment of 4,000 volunteers annually and managed the operations of nine regional recruitment offices across the United States.
Prior to that, she worked as senior vice president of campus recruitment for Citi’s Global Bank in North America, leading the recruitment of analysts and associates for Citi’s Markets & Banking Division.
Hubert, who holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, also managed campus recruiting for GE, led an executive leadership and civic development program for nonprofit business advocacy association the Partnership for New York City and worked as a consultant for The Boston Consulting Group.
Learn more about McDonough’s new associate dean for MBA admissions.
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