GW Elliott School of International Affairs

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93% of 175 Donor goal
$144,553
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Emily Maltby photoEmily Maltby matched $10 for each donor, donating a total of $100Just for Class of 2009

An Anonymous DonorAn Anonymous Donor matched $1 for each $1 donated, donating a total of $100Just for First Time Donors

Andrew Carlander photoAndrew Carlander matched $10 for each donor, donating a total of $150

Chelsea photoChelsea matched $10 for each donor, donating a total of $200

An Anonymous DonorCynthia Figueroa matched $10 for each donor, donating a total of $250Just for Alumni (2012)

An Anonymous DonorCynthia G Pierre matched $1 for each $1 donated, donating a total of $1,500

An Anonymous DonorFirst-Time Donor Challenge matched $50 for each donor, donating a total of $5,000Just for First Time Donors

An Anonymous Donor3-Hour Scholarship Sprint matched $100 for each donor, donating a total of $25,000

An Anonymous Donor500 for $50,000 Challenge matched $100 for each donor, donating a total of $50,000

An Anonymous DonorKarim Assef, GW parent and ESIA Board of Advisors member matched $1 for each $1 donated, donating a total of $50,000Just for GW Elliott School of International Affairs

An Anonymous DonorAn Anonymous Donor matched $1 for each $1 donated, donating a total of $50,000Just for GW Elliott School of International Affairs
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An Anonymous DonorAn Anonymous Donor gave $25 because $500 was given by donors

Meghan Bernstein photoMeghan Bernstein gave $25 because 25 donors gaveJust for Class of 2015

An Anonymous DonorQUARDRICOS DRISKELL gave $50 because 1 donor gave

Richard Goldstein photoRichard Goldstein gave $250 because 25 donors gave

Angela Rosati photoAngela Rosati gave $500 because 500 donors gave

Richard Goldstein photoRichard Goldstein gave $500 because 1 donor gave

An Anonymous DonorStudents for Students Challenge gave $2,500 because 100 donors gaveJust for Students

An Anonymous DonorGW Families Giving Challenge gave $30,000 because 200 donors gaveJust for Family Members

An Anonymous DonorMichael Mattmiller, BBA '04, MS '04 gave $50,000 because 200 donors gaveJust for Students (2023)
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GW Giving Day 2023
3,198 Donors - $1,284,237 Donated
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About

The Elliott School builds leaders for the world – today more than 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students – who have committed themselves to our world-class curriculum in pursuit of meaningful careers in international affairs. 

Your support empowers students to excel in coursework, internships, and research to maximize their impact in our changing world; 

Philanthropy also supports ESIA faculty in advancing their research on solutions to problems that threaten the world’s health, peace, and prosperity.

Join us by making your gift on Giving Day to support one of the following ESIA priorities, and help prepare the next generation to tackle tomorrow’s global challenges:

  • The Elliott Equity Fund (EEF) underscores the Elliott School’s commitment to bringing the widest possible range of viewpoints and voices to the international affairs community by increasing access to the transformative power of a GW Elliott education through undergraduate and graduate tuition and non-tuition awards for outstanding students with critical financial need.
  • The International Women of Elliott (I/WE) is designed to raise the global visibility and connectivity of women's leadership in the Elliott community through support of graduate fellowships and undergraduate scholarships for Elliott students committed to the advancement of women in international affairs.
  • The Ambassador Edward "Skip" Gnehm Jr. Fellowship is a lasting tribute to the ambassador's exceptional professional life through support of the most outstanding graduate students in our Middle East Studies program, thereby continuing the ambassador's legacy.
  • The Elliott School Dean's Fund is a critical resource dedicated to enhancing the entire School experience such as funding field research, travel to present at conferences, the Dean's Scholars program, and the graduate global capstone program. The fund also supports important programs and initiatives, and provides flexibility for urgent needs as they may arise.
  • The Michael E. Brown Research Fund, named in honor of former Dean Brown, offers support to Elliott School faculty to incubate new ideas, respond to a just-in-time opportunity, or continue long-term projects.
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Donor Affiliations
Gradhat icon47%Alumni
Book icon23%Students
Suitcase icon17%Faculty/Staff
Parent icon14%Family Members
Friends icon7%Friends
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500 for $50,000 Challenge
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Michael Mattmiller, BBA '04, MS '04
Gave $50,000 during a Challenge!
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The CCAS Dean’s Council
Heart icon matched a total of $50,000
Karim Assef, GW parent and ESIA Board of Advisors member photo
Karim Assef, GW parent and ESIA Board of Advisors member
Heart icon matched a total of $50,000
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An Anonymous Donor
Heart icon matched a total of $50,000
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Sheila Myers
Gave $40,000 during a Challenge!
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GW Families Giving Challenge
Gave $30,000 during a Challenge!
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Maria Josefina Rodriguez with Vanguard Communications, Inc. for Comunicadores for the Future
Heart icon matched a total of $30,000
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Patrick Q. Sheridan, BFA '99
Heart icon matched a total of $30,000
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3-Hour Scholarship Sprint
Heart icon matched a total of $25,000