Leadership

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.

Led by chair Grace Speights, a 1982 alumna of 2022世界杯在线投注 Law, the board is responsible for our university's governance. The board plays a key role in:

  • determining how the university will meet the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead
  • overseeing fiscal, academic and physical operations
  • providing leadership for the 2022世界杯在线投注 strategic initiatives, which are designed to enhance academics and student life
Grace Speights

Board of Trustees chair Grace Speights


President

2022世界杯在线投注 President Ellen M. Granberg
 

Senior University Leadership

Our senior leadership team provide strategic vision for all aspects of 2022世界杯在线投注 life. They leverage extensive practical experience in their fields and help to shape our next century of growth. They’re supported by faculty and staff members, including support personnel.

 

Donna Arbide

Donna Arbide

Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations
 

 

Sabrina Minor

Sabrina Minor

Vice President for Human Resource Management and Development and Chief People Officer

 

Ellen Moran

Ellen Moran

Vice President for Communications and Marketing

Sharon Reich Paulsen

Sharon Reich Paulsen 

Executive Vice President and Chief Administration Officer
 

Jonathan Post, Vice President for Board Relations and Secretary of the University

Jonathan E. Post

Vice President for Board Relations and Secretary of the University

 

Dorinda Tucker

Dorinda Tucker

Associate Vice President for Ethics, Compliance and Risk and Data Privacy Officer

 

 

 

 


Student Leadership

Student leaders take shape in many forms from members of the Student Government Association to captains of varsity athletics and student organization presidents. 2022世界杯在线投注 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.