Patrick Healy Dinner 2023

January 14, 2023

Fairmont Washington D.C. Georgetown

Patrick Healy Dinner 2023

Join President John J. DeGioia and the Georgetown University Black Alumni Council at the annual Patrick Healy Dinner.

Saturday, January 14, 2023

Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown
2401 M Street, NW
Washington, DC 20037

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Pricing & Sponsorships

Standard Dinner Ticket – $175 ($150 Early-Bird; deadline TBA)
Includes one ticket to the dinner

Sponsor – $500
Includes one ticket to the dinner and acknowledgement as a sponsor in the event program.

Patron – $1,789
Includes one ticket to the dinner and acknowledgement as a patron in the event program.

Table Sponsor – $2,500
Includes one dinner table and acknowledgement as a table sponsor in the event program.

Benefactor – $5,000
Includes one dinner table, recognition from the podium, and a half-page acknowledgement in the event program.

Sponsorship inquiries can be sent to


This year we will come together to celebrate these outstanding members of our community:

2022 Patrick Healy Scholarship recipient:
Nicolas Stewart (C’24)

2022 Distinguished Leader Award recipient:
Dr. Marcia Chatelain, Professor of History and African American Studies

2022 Samuel A. Halsey Jr. Award recipient:
Margaret Hayes Jordan (NHS’64), Healthcare Executive and Leader; Georgetown University’s first African-American nursing school graduate

About the Patrick Healy Dinner
The annual Patrick Healy Dinner celebrates the achievements of Georgetown’s Black alumni, students, faculty, and staff. Proceeds from the dinner support the Patrick Healy Scholarship, which promotes diversity at Georgetown by providing assistance to students who have demonstrated financial need for scholarship aid.

About the African-American Advisory Board
Since its founding in June 2000, the African-American Advisory Board works to ensure the necessary inclusion of Black alumni, students, faculty, and staff in all sectors of the Georgetown University community; foster communication and networking among Black Georgetown; and act as a key advisor to the university on policies and procedures that will positively impact the Black experience at Georgetown.

COVID-19 is a serious disease, resulting potentially in illness, hospitalization, and even death. Our first priority is the health and safety of our event participants. In the spirit of cura personalis, the University requires that event participants follow certain health and safety measures, which may vary depending on the nature of the event, in order to help protect the health and safety of all participants. While the University is taking steps to mitigate the risks to event participants, the University cannot guarantee a COVID-19 free environment or eliminate the chance of infection and the health risks associated with it. By participating in this event, you assume the risks involved. You may also be required to leave the event if you fail to follow the required health and safety measures.