The Georgetown Women’s Alliance (GWA) is an employee-led, volunteer organization that fosters connections, professional development, continuous learning, and gender equity through intersectional dialogue, networking, mentorship, grants, and collaborative opportunities geared towards women and those with historically marginalized gender identities within the Georgetown University community.
- Professional Development
- Community and Belonging
- Continuous Learning
- Advancing Gender Equity
- Service for Others
- Leadership Development and Mentoring
- Student Fellowship
- Programming (Including Books and Beyond)
- Communications and Marketing
Who We Are
GWA is made up of staff, faculty, and student members from all corners of campus who share an interest in professional development, gendered issues, and camaraderie.
GWA is led by our Steering Committee, which is made up of current Georgetown University staff members of all levels who serve as Chair(s) of their respective committees, as well as our participating student fellows.
This team provides leadership, supports, guidance, and ongoing integration of the GWA mission into each of our committees and their initiatives.
What We Do
GWA fosters connections, learning, and professional development with distinct attention towards uplifting and supporting women and those with historically marginalized gender identities.
We highlight the work of our GU colleagues in our bi-weekly newsletter, host social and professional events, and offer two distinct opportunities for individual mentorship — our Staff Mentoring Program and our Student Fellowship Program.
As a part of GWA, you have the opportunity to take on flexible leadership positions and/or contribute to developing internal programming that supports our mission.
Who We Work With
GWA partners with both internal and external groups or individuals that support our goals of helping you develop personally, professionally and addressing issues of gender equity and justice in higher education.
This includes, but is not limited to, our participating alumni, related campus departments such as the Women’s Center and the LGBTQ+ Resource Center, and the Center for Social Justice, as well as various student-run organizations. You can learn more about our grant-funded partners on the grants tab.
To showcase the amazing work and research of your campus area, contribute to our bi-weekly newsletter by submitting the form below.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the organization!
Please visit the “Join” page of our website for information on how to become a member.
*Please refrain from emailing any other emails associated with GWA for general inquiries.