Georgetown MBA Program Appoints New Assoc. Dean of Admissions

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Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business recently announced the appointment of Shari Hubert as associate dean of MBA admissions, where she is responsible for recruiting highly qualified and diverse students to both the full-time and evening MBA programs.

This new role at Georgetown McDonough will mark Hubert's first position in higher education. Previously, she worked at the Peace Corps, where she served as director of recruitment within the Office of Volunteer Recruitment and Selection. Here, she was responsible for recruiting 4,000 volunteers annually and managed the operations of nine regional recruitment offices across the United States.

The associate dean also has experience in the not-for-profit sector where she ran the Executive Leadership and Civic Development Program at the Partnership for New York City, a business advocacy association focused on public and private partnerships. She worked as a consultant for The Boston Consulting Group, and began her career in sales and marketing at Merck and Co., Inc.

Hubert earned an MBA from Harvard Business School in 2000, and graduated with a B.A. in French from Dartmouth College in 1992.


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