Celebrating 18 years of Impact by Professor Jim Hunt
Jim Hunt has impacted so many people over the years, from Georgetown students in his classes, to the entrepreneurs in which he has invested and mentored, to his business and investing partners.
The Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative welcomes gifts in honor of Jim. Because adjunct faculty like Jim are so important in bringing real-life entrepreneurial lessons to our classrooms, funding provided in his honor will help to ensure that future students will continue to benefit from excellent adjunct faculty teaching in our entrepreneurship courses.
If you would like to make a donation in honor of Jim Hunt, you can:
- Contact Michela Greco or Jeff Reid
- Make a donation online using the link below. If you use this link, be sure to:
- Choose the “Other” box and write in “Global Entrepreneurship Studies Current Use Fund.”
- On the next page, select “This gift is in tribute to someone” and enter in honor of Jim Hunt in the spaces provided.
Jim Hunt has taught more than 1500 students over nearly two decades as an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business. Over those years, he brought his substantial real-world knowledge and experience to impact more students than perhaps anyone in the history of Georgetown Entrepreneurship. He led a major effort to grow the entrepreneurship curriculum, and today our MBA graduates are ranked among the absolute best in the world for entrepreneurial skills, creativity, and innovation.
On May 3, we will honor Jim in a virtual event on Zoom, and we invite you to join us as we hear from former students, colleagues, and friends of Jim.
Please mark your calendars now. More information is coming soon.