Executive Director, Center for Financial Markets and Policy - McDonough School of Business Georgetown University
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The Center for Financial Markets and Policy
at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business is leading the dialogue on critical policy and regulatory issues facing the global financial system. In this time of economic uncertainty in the wake of Covid-19 and significant regulatory changes that could transform the financial sector, executives and policymakers face unprecedented challenges that require objective thought leadership for innovative and effective solutions. Drawing on the opportunities presented by its location in Washington, D.C., a global financial hub, the Center: Provides a nonpartisan forum for informed discussion among scholars, practitioners and policymakers; Sponsors relevant research on key global market issues to influence policy and practice; and Cultivates students who will become tomorrow's financial sector leaders.
The Executive Director
will work with the center's Director and Board of Advisors to advance the center's mission; manage the center's activities, events, and partnerships; identify, build, and maintain senior level relationships with industry and policy decision makers; assist with fundraising; collaborate with other units within the McDonough School and other parts of Georgetown University; and manage the growth and development of the center.
In addition, the Executive Director will work with faculty, staff and students to integrate the mission of the center into MSB in such areas as: managing student engagement and fostering experiential learning such as student internships and tutorials. The Executive Director will serve as spokesperson, make public appearances (including public speaking and media) and private presentations to various organizations and potential partners, and thereby represent the center.
The center is a self-funded initiative. It is the responsibility of the Executive Director to ensure sufficient funding for the continuation of this position.Qualifications
Work Mode: Hybrid 3 Days.
- Master's degree
- 9+ years of directly related experience - note: exceptionally relevant work experience may take the place of the required education qualifications
- Senior executive experience in a large business and/or policy organization that required interaction with executives and/or senior government officials
- Experience with ● Leadership ● Building new initiatives, being entrepreneurial ● Communications ● Business development ● Management of people, projects, and budgets ● Senior level relationships
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