Today, we’re getting to know Paul Lambert, assistant dean of custom and open enrollment programs:
What is your role at Georgetown? How long have you been working here?
My job here at Georgetown is to help develop new programs for businesses and organizations across the globe on topics such as geopolitics and business, strategy, and leadership. I’ve been in this role now for a little over two years.
What do you enjoy most about working at Georgetown?
I love being in an academic setting, be it in a faculty or administrative position. I love ideas and learning. I think there are few things more important than what happens at a grade school or on a college campus. For me, Georgetown offers that wonderful academic environment, plus great people and a foundation of values I appreciate.
What do you enjoy doing when you aren’t working?
I love being outside, especially in the mountains. Some of my happiest moments in life have been hiking and camping with family, breathing in the fresh air, and admiring the beautiful creations around me. My favorite spots are out West in Montana and Utah, but the East will do, too!
What movie or TV show has caught your attention?
As of late, my wife and I have been watching the “Great British Baking Show” on PBS. It’s a nice mix of very interesting baking, a touch of suspense, and plenty of cordiality. What’s not to like?
To learn more about executive custom programs, visit https://msb.georgetown.edu/custom-programs.