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George L. Washington, Jr. ’88

George Washington

George supervises litigation strategy and decisions at Orange Business Services, a global provider of communications solutions for businesses. He is also responsible for providing advice on labor and employment law matters for operations in North and South America, and he advises company executives on personnel matters and internal investigations involving high-ranking managers in various countries. George serves as global ethics adviser and is a member of the general counsel’s leadership team.

Previously George worked in private practice at Covington & Burling in Washington, D.C. He is active in the Association of Corporate Counsel and in the American Bar Association, where he is a member of the governing Council of the Section of Labor and Employment Law.

George is a native of Newport News, Virginia, and, after Princeton, he earned a law degree and a master in public policy from the University of California, Berkeley. He lives in Alexandria, Virginia.


Voices Across The Decades

Saturday, October 5

Hear stories from across the generations on the history and future of black students at Princeton.

Kevin C. Hudson ’97, Assistant Director for College Opportunity, Princeton University

Akira Lynn Bell ’95, SVP and CIO, Mathematica
Linda Blackburn ’71, Retired Senior Manager, AT&T and Principal, Blackburn Interiors
Nada Elbuluk ’04, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, Founder and Director of the Skin of Color and Pigmentary Disorders Program
Bennett Holmes ’22, Undergraduate Student, Princeton University
George L. Washington, Jr. ’88, Chief Litigation Counsel, Orange Business Services