Board of Trustees
Overseen by the George Washington University Board of Trustees, our leadership team is committed to providing a unique and rigorous education to our students while creating a path of transformative growth to further solidify our position as one of the world’s premier research universities.
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Senior University Leadership
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Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations
Vice President and General Counsel
Vice President for Health Affairs; Dean, School of Medicine and Health Sciences; Chief Executive Officer, The bob手机体育下载 Medical Faculty Associates
Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
Executive Vice President, CFO, and Treasurer
Vice President for Human Resource Management and Development and Chief People Officer
Vice President for Communications and Marketing
Executive Vice President and Chief Administration Officer
Vice President for Board Relations and Secretary of the University
Associate Vice President for Ethics, Compliance and Risk and Data Privacy Officer
Director of Athletics
Student leaders take shape in many forms from members of the Student Association to captains of varsity athletics and student organization presidents. bob手机体育下载 students don't just participate in campus life; they stimulate it and consistently make their mark.
All student leaders, regardless of their role, work to start a conversation and make progress on an issue or topic.