Founded in 1997 by Georgetown University undergraduate students, the Patrick Healy Fellowship is dedicated to pursuing the Jesuit ideals of diversity and community service. Furthermore, the fellowship provides a group of undergraduate juniors and seniors at Georgetown with the opportunity to cultivate their own leadership abilities through alumni mentorship and fellowship. The students also participate in various programs and social justice initiatives focused on making Georgetown a more diverse institution.


Alumni Development • Community Service • Education •

Fellowship • Mentorship • Programming

The PHF founders, alumni, and friends represent a broad landscape of interests, industries, and backgrounds. They have used their tremendous professional and personal successes to promote the core Fellowship values.


Rhondale-Marie (Rhon) Barras

Christopher Burke

Damien Dwin

Caleb Pitters

Ericka Souter-Pitters

George Weathers

Alumni Board Members

Donald Sherman – Chairman

Minnie Annan

Sacasha Brown

Christopher Burke

Aarish Gokaldas

Mahen Gunaratna

Sheetal Khera

Willie Williams

Donate to the Patrick Healy Fellowship

PHF is funded by the generous donations of alumni and supporters in the community. Help us expand our work by making a gift today!

To donate, you must use the following Account information to ensure your gift reaches PHF.

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Apply to be a Patrick Healy Fellow

Applications for the Patrick Healy Fellowship are available via Hoyalink early February each year.

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