Meghan Dubyak is a communications professional with more than a decade of experience in both chambers of Congress, the White House, and in Higher Education Administration. She serves at Georgetown University’s chief spokesperson and Associate Vice President for Communications and Creative Services. Prior to joining Georgetown, Dubyak was Press Secretary to Vice President Joe Biden and Special Assistant to President Obama. As the Vice President’s primary spokesperson, she handled communications around his Cancer Moonshot, the It’s on Us campaign to reduce sexual violence on college campuses, and fielded high-level inquiries from journalists. Prior to her service at the White House, Dubyak worked in the U.S. Senate for Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) for seven years. She joined Brown’s team in 2008 as Press Secretary, became Communications Director in 2010, and led an earned media strategy that successfully combated $40 million in outside special interest spending during the Senator’s re-election in 2012. Prior to working in Senator Brown’s office, Dubyak worked in the House of Representatives for Congressman Steve Israel (D-NY), serving as Communications Director and advising him on health and education policy. An recreational runner and marathoner, Dubyak lives in Washington, DC with her husband, Timothy Belknap.