Jerry Hayes, S.J., director of Ignatian Programs, Mark Bosco, S.J., vice president for mission and ministry, and Julia Farr (C’88 and Parent), executive director of the alumni association, shared a socially distanced but still meaningful walk and conversation in September.
Category: Fall 2020, Georgetown Magazine

Title:A call to hope: A conversation with Julia Farr (C’88), executive director of the Georgetown University Alumni Association

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