MSF Program Staff Member
Director of Operations for Technology-Intensive Education and the MSF Program
Luke Weichbrod is the Director of Operations for Technology-Intensive Education and the MSF Program. He is responsible for ensuring that all aspects of the academic and student experience for the program are managed effectively. Luke has established strong relationships throughout the University and serves as a key ambassador for the program with both internal and external Georgetown stakeholders. Luke was drawn to the MSF Program because of his past experience working in strategic business development and his entrepreneurial experience with nonprofit organizations that seek to develop and implement innovative approaches to solve challenges at the local and nation levels.
Luke also volunteers his time with organizations that are working towards a world without drunk and impaired drivers. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Washington Regional Alcohol Program (WRAP) as well as on the Mother's Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Advisory Board of Directors for the Maryland State office. In 2011, he established a 501(c) 3 nonprofit foundation whose mission is to promote the responsible use of alcohol through public awareness to end drunk and impaired driving. He has served as the Foundation's volunteer Executive Director since its creation where he partners with community leaders across the country. The Foundation's goal is to create an effective dialogue with community members on the topics of making informed decisions, developing skills to respond to peer and group pressure, and to effectively manage situations where impairment from alcohol or other substances can lead to poor decision-making.
Luke earned his MBA degree from Providence College and undergraduate degree of Towson University. He also earned an executive certificate in business from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.