HeForShe student fellows work five to seven hours per week in support of university offices and programs that embody Georgetown's commitment to the principle of gender equality, including the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security, the Gender Justice Initiative, the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity & Affirmative Action, and the Women's and Gender Studies Program.
HeForShe at Georgetown
HeForShe is a United Nations campaign run by UN Women, an international organization that advocates for gender equality. Since 2016 Georgetown has participated as a founding Impact Champion.
Join the Journalism and Women's and Gender Studies programs for an event featuring three journalists who will discuss the unique challenges and dangers facing female correspondents operating in conflict zones.
The Gender+ Justice Initiative will host a panel on the #MeToo movement with representatives from Georgetown, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the National Women’s Law Center.
Grants are available to fund student activities in support of the HeForShe movement, such as on-campus events, trainings, workshops, and other programming that advances the mission of HeForShe.
Alumna Mary Kathryn Nagle (C‘05) returned to campus to discuss the debut of her new play, Sovereignty, and reflect on her divergent career path as both a lawyer and a playwright.
Gender equality was among the tracks available at Hoya Hacks, where students from universities across the region compete to come up with creative ways of using technology to address pressing global issues.
Meet our spring 2018 cohort of HeForShe student fellows.
President John DeGioia was one of a group of 30 university presidents, heads of state and CEOs who officially unveiled a new gender parity report for the HeForShe campaign.
As a University IMPACT Champion, President DeGioia joins heads of state, corporate leaders, and other university presidents worldwide in pledging to lead in the fight for gender equality.
Join the billions who believe that everyone is born free and equal and commit to take action against gender bias, discrimination, and violence.