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The vice president for advancement is James M. Langley, who joined Georgetown in July 2005. Langley serves on the president’s executive committee and oversees the offices of alumni relations, advancement services, development, Medical Center development, and Law Center development.
Langley is the former vice chancellor for external relations at the University of California at San Diego, where he oversaw the planning and execution of UCSD’s $1 billion campaign, which roughly tripled annual gift income. Prior to UCSD, he was vice president for external affairs at Georgia Institute of Technology from 1989 to 1998. Georgia Tech’s endowment more than tripled during his tenure there.
“Jim’s remarkable record of achievement in fund raising reflects a great interest in and enthusiasm for the academy and its unique contributions to society, a talent for building engagement and support among alumni and other philanthropic constituencies, a strategic communications vision, and strong management ability,” said Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia in announcing Langley’s appointment in April 2005.
Reporting directly to Langley is a management team of senior leaders for:
Career Opportunities
Georgetown's human resources Web site lists advancement position openings. Check under "Development and Fund Raising."
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