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June 24, 2005

Georgetown: Taking A Global View

From this week's Business Week:

New career management director, Anne Jones, Strives to project a "clear, identifiable brand"

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Anne Jones is the director of career management for the MBA program at the Robert Emmett McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Jones joined the school a month ago after more than six years at financial-services giant Citigroup (C ), where she worked in marketing and recruiting. In 1998, she earned an MBA from Britain's Cranfield University School of Management.

The McDonough School has gone through a lot of changes lately. Four weeks into Jones's tenure, it announced the appointment of a new dean, George G. Daly, a professor of business administration at New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business. In 2004, after a few rocky years with lots of turnover, the program's career services office redeemed itself. About 75% of McDonough students seeking a job had an offer by graduation.

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