Events and Engagements
The Georgetown Women’s Alliance hosts and sponsors events throughout the year designed to help women at Georgetown grow, learn and thrive. Past events have included skill-building workshops; compelling lectures with prominent women from all industries; networking happy hours and social events; up-close and personal conversations with women leaders; and programs designed to support women in all aspects of their lives.
Whether you’re preparing for your personal career advancement, curious about new research, caring for family members, or simply managing the daily demands of modern life, the Georgetown Women’s Alliance events calendar offers something for everyone. Check out our upcoming events below, or browse past events. Have an idea that you think would make a great GWA event? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit a grant proposal for your department or organization.
Want to stay in the loop? Our bi-weekly GWA Newsletter highlights the best and most relevant events, workshops, and announcements for women and femme staff and faculty members. Subscribe for free here!
GWA Monthly Book Club
Once monthly, our GWA Programming Committee hosts a “book” club in which our community come together to discuss books, short readings, or podcasts that relate to diverse experiences of womanhood, inside and outside of the workplace. All events require registration through Eventbrite, which is sent out to our community members by email. Currently, all book club meetings are hybrid.
Check out some of our 2020-2021 picks:
- Daring Greatly by Brene Brown
- The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennet
- The Art of Gathering by Priya Parker
- The Likeability Trap by Alicia Menendez
- Big Friendship by Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman
- LGBTQ+ 2.0 by Jill Fredenburg
Interested in getting involved with the book club? Complete this form.
Join the Summer Reading Challenge!
Meet the Fellows Luncheon
This Fall, the GWA steering committee came together on the Healey Lawn to welcome our 2021 Student Fellows. We shared food, drinks, reflections, and discussed each fellow’s annual project goals.
Want to help create a GWA event but not sure where to start? Check out some of our previous events! The categories are here to help you think of ideas but do not feel that your event needs to fit in the box.
Events that focus on women empowermentPast Gender Empowerment Events
Events that focus on social justice issues on and off campusPast Social Justice Focused Events
Events for members to socialize with members or organizationsPast Social and Mentoring Events
Events that focus on gender and politicsPast Politically Focused Events
Events that are lectures or focus on academicsPast Educational and Academic Events
Events that focus on workplace advancementPast Workplace Advancement Events