- Assistant Director and Business Manager for Georgetown University Press; Adjunct Professor, M.P.S. in Publishing, George Washington University.
- 1925 Ballenger Avenue
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
- [email protected]
Areas of Expertise
- International Business
- International Affairs
Ioan Suciu has worked at Georgetown University for 24 years. Currently, he works as Assistant Director & Business Manager for Georgetown University Press.
Prior to taking this position, he held a variety of management positions in the university’s financial affairs division, student financial services, and was a member of the research team (The Institute for the Study of International Migration) within the Georgetown School of Foreign Service.
Prior to joining Georgetown University, Ioan spent several years working in International Affairs in countries such as Poland, Hungary, Romania and the United States.
In his early professional life, Ioan started his career in tourism and served as Vice President and Executive Director of the International Office of Tourism in Romania. He also taught Economics at Babes Bolyai University, and published articles on various topics related to the Economics of Tourism and Finance.
He resides in Washington, D.C. with his wife and is a proud father of a daughter and son, and a happy grandfather of four grandkids.
- B.S. and M.S. in Economics, Finance and Accounting, Babes Bolyai University, Romania
- M.A. in Sociology, University of Bucharest, Romania
- M.A.L.S. (in International Affairs), Georgetown University
- M.P.S. in Journalism, Georgetown University
- Graduate Certificate in International Business Management, Georgetown University
- Graduate Certificate in Financial Planning, Georgetown University
- Graduate Certificate in Multimedia, Georgetown University
- Coursework in the Executive Master in Leadership Program, Georgetown University
Ioan Suciu publishes on his personal blog, on Georgetown University Press’ blog and is a correspondent for newspapers in Romania.
He is a member of several professional associations, including the Association of American Publishers, the Association of University Presses, Washington Book Publishers, and the World Affairs Council. Ioan served as chair of the AAUP Business Systems Committee and he is still a member of that committee.
- Accounting and Finance for Publishers