Executive Master's in Global Strategic Communications

Faculty

The Executive Master’s in Global Strategic Communications will not be running this year. Please visit the pages of our other marketing and communications degree offerings for programs being offered.

Message from the Faculty Director

The Executive Master of Professional Studies in Global Strategic Communications is designed for communications leaders who want to succeed in complex and global organizations. Students become multifaceted leaders prepared to play the roles of trusted advisors, educators, and integrators within enterprises including corporate, nonprofit, and government.

The executive experience combines online learning with on-ground residencies in London, Singapore, Brazil, and Washington, D.C. The hybrid curriculum focuses on building expertise in corporate social responsibility, global strategy and management, business impact, and leadership.

Throughout the yearlong program, students interact with top communications officers, global business executives, nonprofit leaders, educators, and fellow cohort members. Supported by executive coaching and guided leadership development, students emerge from the experience with a personalized plan for their future.

I look forward to welcoming you to Georgetown, and to this transformative experience.

Lisa Darr-Feldner
Faculty Director and Assistant Professor of the Practice, Global Strategic Communications

Charles Allen

Charles "Ted" Allen joined the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI) in May 2012 and now ...

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Sally Curley

Colby College, B.A. 1986Boston University School of Medicine, Certificate in Biotechnical Education, 1992Northeastern University, MBA, ...

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Lisa Darr-Feldner

Lisa Feldner is the Director of Marketing and Events for Network Media Partners Inc., where ...

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Robert Haynie

Robert Haynie has over 15 years of experience working with governments, companies, foundations, nonprofits, investors, ...

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