Lynn Golub-Rofrano, Executive Director
Lynn Golub-Rofrano is the founding Executive Director of Georgetown Village which launched in 2011. Since launching Georgetown Village, Lynn has guided the Village’s expansion to almost 200 members while increasing the level of services to meet the needs of some of our aging and frailer members. In addition, Lynn has worked to increase the number of programs and activities for the many active members of Georgetown Village.
Lynn strongly believes in the Village movement and the concept of Neighbors Helping Neighbors as well as the value of community building. Her husband is a federal employee and like many of you, they have lived overseas while working for the government. These experiences definitely reinforced the importance of community and neighbors helping neighbors. In her spare time, Lynn enjoys going to the theater, reading, knitting, traveling, and spending time with her two grown children.
During her time at Georgetown Village Lynn completed the Washington Area Geriatric Education Consortium Master Faculty Certification in 2015. In 2017, Lynn attended the Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy, and received an Executive Certificate in Nonprofit Management.
Lynn has a Master’s degree in Social Work and an Education Specialist (Masters +30) in Education and Administration Supervision. As Executive Director of Georgetown Village, Lynn also serves on faculty for Catholic University of America as a field supervisor for social work students.