This fall, Georgetown McDonough selected two first-year MBA students to be the school’s inaugural Tivia S. and Richard L. Kramer MBA Entrepreneurship Fellows. Both Ananya Das (MBA’21) and Alexander Williams (MBA’21) will have the opportunity to become engaged in the operations of Georgetown Entrepreneurship, a faculty-run initiative at McDonough that offers programming to all Georgetown University students, supports the successful growth of alumni ventures, and leverages the power of entrepreneurship to make an impact in the world beyond Georgetown.
As part of the fellowship, each student will receive a $20,000 per year scholarship for a total of $40,000. MBA applicants applying for Fall 2020 and beyond are automatically considered for the fellowship.
“We are excited about being part of the Georgetown University community and expanding the school’s entrepreneurial development program and objectives,” said Richard Kramer, who established the fellowship with his wife, Tivia, this year. “Our future leaders will benefit from the skills and exposure this will offer.”
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