Lisa Brown '86 Named VP and General Counsel at Georgetown
From Georgetown University's website:
A senior U. S. government leader for nearly two decades who performed top roles in two administrations and served as partner at a major Washington law firm will leave federal service to join Georgetown as its new vice president and general counsel.
Lisa Brown, the federal government’s acting chief performance officer, will become the university’s general counsel on March 1, bringing to Georgetown a legal career rich with experience at the highest levels of both the private sector and public service.
Brown worked at the White House in senior roles during the administrations of presidents Bill Clinton (F’68) and Barack Obama, including four years serving as deputy counsel and counsel to then-Vice President Al Gore. She also brings substantive background as an attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice.
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