Georgetown University — McCourt School of Public Policy

Your Site Leader: Leslie Evertz, Assistant Dean for Academic and Student Affairs

Your Technical Leader: David Boyer, Director of Computing and Information Services

Introducing your Site Judges:
  • Jennifer Wistrand: Post-Doctoral Fellow, Georgetown Institute for the Study of International Migration
  • Robert “Bob” Kyle: Adjunct Professor, Georgetown McCourt School of Public Policy
  • Charles DeSantis: Associate Vice President for Benefits, Payroll and Wellness and Chief Benefits Officer for Georgetown University
  • Matt Fortier: Program Manager, Georgetown University Beeck Center for Social Innovation’s Flagship Student Engagement Program

Please find below pertinent information about the networking event on February 22, travel and lodging. 

IMPORTANT: please remember to bring your own laptop computers to the competition. You must have GOOGLE CHROME installed. This is the only browser compatible with the simulation. Tablets are NOT compatible with the simulation. 

February 22 Student Networking Event:

Georgetown University
37th and O Streets, NW
Washington, DC 20057
Simulation on 2/23: Old North and Healy Hall
Beer, wine, non-alcoholic beverages, and hors d’ouevres will be served

Nearby Hotel Accommodations:

Georgetown has a hotel and conference center on the main campus where the simulation will be located. Georgetown University also has discounted agreements with the hotels listed on the website. You will need to complete your reservation via the links provided on the website in order to receive the discount.
AirBnB or other short term rentals: the closest neighborhoods are Georgetown, Foggy Bottom, Burleith, Glover Park, West End, Rosslyn, Clarendon


Georgetown University
37th and O Streets, NW
Washington, DC 20057
There is limited parking on-campus and on the street. We recommend taking the metro to either Dupont Circle or the the Rosslyn Metro stations and taking the free Georgetown campus shuttle, called the GUTS bus.