Lauralyn Lee Thanked by Georgetown
Georgetown University bid farewell to Lauralyn Lee, its associate vice president for community engagement and strategic initiatives, June 4 with a reception at historic Riggs Library. Well-wishers presented her with a plaque that holds a brick from the Georgetown neighborhood and a brick from Healy Hall, connected by a rope: “for bringing together Georgetown University and the Georgetown Community — forever tied together as one!”
At Georgetown for 13 years, Lee worked on the recent campus plan that resolved many issues and created the Georgetown Community partnership, a standing group of university administrators, students, community leaders and residents. But Lee won’t be going too far away. She is continuing her work as consultant and remains in town.