Georgetown University Alumni Association Executive Message

Executive Message

Bill ReynoldsDear Fellow Alumni,

I am glad you've taken this opportunity to visit Georgetown Alumni Online. This site serves as a presence for alumni to communicate with the university and with each other. We want the site to be an effective part of your lifelong Georgetown connection.

Staying connected through experiences at Georgetown is a simple but powerful bond, and provides the opportunity to reflect on our time at Georgetown and the rich tradition and growing community that make our alma mater unique. We all have special memories of Georgetown, including the bonds we made with roommates, friends, and professors, as well as the classes and experiences that touched our lives. There is no better way to keep those memories and that meaning alive than actively being a part of the Georgetown University Alumni Association. I encourage you to connect with each other, give back to the university and current students and take advantage of the opportunities Georgetown continues to offer.

You can stay involved even without leaving your home through Georgetown Alumni Online. As you explore the site, you will discover and learn about the many alumni-only benefits the association offers to help satisfy your quest for lifelong learning and show your Hoya pride. The association provides more than 160,000 alumni with programming and events that advance our core mission - to serve all alumni by connecting them to the university and each other, today and throughout their lives. With something to offer to all alumni, the association and its Web site are valuable resources.

This is your alumni association. Please join your fellow Georgetown alumni in exploring and participating in its dynamic programs and services today, and begin to add great new Georgetown memories to those you already have. Wherever you might be, remember, you always have a home at Georgetown.

Hoya Saxa,

Bill Reynolds (C'79, P'10, P'13)
Executive Director, Georgetown University Alumni Association