The Georgetown Spain Foundation is committed to the global education and productive research that takes place at Georgetown University.
Our mission is to increase the number of students at Georgetown who are residents of Spain. To accomplish this, we promote the university among schools and other organizations and create scholarship opportunities. We also encourage social, cultural, and intellectual exchange between the United States and Spain.
The Georgetown Spain Foundation initiated its activities in May 2014 with the objective of positioning Georgetown as a leading academic institution where the most talented students may aspire to achieve their goals.
José Manuel Lladó (B’86)
Maite Arango (Parent ’17)
Fernando del Castillo (B’83)
Bill Connelly (F’80) / Mercedes Connelly (Parent ’13, ’17)
Jorge Delclaux / Elsa Amatriaín (Parent ’14, ’18)
Juan Lladó (B’84, Parent ’17, ’20)
Nieves Segovia (Parent ’19)
Rosemary Blake (G’83)
R. Bartley Moore (F’87)
Ana Kreisler (C’85)
C = College of Arts and Sciences
B = School of Business
F = School of Foreign Service
G = Graduate Program