Posts Tagged: Georgetown

Nurse Inspired to Pursue Political Activism

Jennifer Otto, RN, was one of few people in the state of Kentucky to witness a moment that would change nurse practitioners lives during the signing ceremony for a bill, Senate Bill 7, that will allow them more independence to practice. Otto is currently studying to become a Family Nurse Practitioner at Georgetown University. Otto… Read more »

A Rivalry Coming To An End – And Much Too Soon – Syracuse vs. Georgetown

Hey Govloopers – Happy Saturday!!! Doc Nix – and the esteemed Green Machine from George Mason will warm you up with their version of a Rage classic: Three weeks from tomorrow it will be Selection Sunday (you make sure you stay tuned here because we’re going to have a bracket challenge on Govloop) – the… Read more »

NextGen Attendees Learn Tips for Interacting With Congress

This breakout session was led by Kenneth Gold, Director of the Government Affairs Institute at Georgetown University. Dr, Gold shares has first-hand knowledge of how federal programs can more effectively plan, manage, and budget for those programs, and better represent those programs before Congress. Agencies Work With Congress For their Budgeting Every agency puts together… Read more »

CMAP: A new leadership program designed for you (Federal News Radio)

Some government programs fail simply because they’re not managed well. Two institutions are trying to change that. Georgetown University and Booz Allen Hamilton are teaming up to create a customized Change Management Advanced Practitioner (CMAP) program. Maria Darby is a Change Management Advanced Practitioner Expert and a Vice President with Booz Allen Hamilton. She tells… Read more »