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Harvey Seegers (MD)

Harvey Seegers (MD)

Harvey Seegers is the Associate Dean of the Busch School of Business at The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC.  In addition to his headquarters leadership responsibilities as Associate Dean, Harvey is also a member of the senior faculty.  He is an Associate Professor, teaching Executive Leadership, Operations Management, Quantitative Analysis, and Business Law courses to graduate students in the school’s Master of Science in Business program.

Harvey was an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps for 12 years on active duty and for 12 years as a reservist. His active duty roles included:  Infantry Company Commander in the 4th Marines; Judge Advocate at Marine Corps Base Quantico; Adjutant of the Marine Barracks in Washington, DC; and Aide-de-Camp to the Commandant of the Marine Corps, General P.X. Kelley. His awards and decorations include two Meritorious Service Medals.

Following his active duty service, Harvey assumed various senior leadership roles in the civilian sector. Highlights include:

  • Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of General Electric’s electronic commerce division, a $600 million global enterprise doing business in over 40 countries;
  • Founder and President of The Home Depot’s electronic commerce division,; currently a $5 billion business in North America; and
  • Chairman of the Board, Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart, a PK-12 Catholic Girls’ School in suburban Maryland with over 700 students.

Harvey received a B.A. degree with distinction from The University of Virginia, an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, and a J.D. from Catholic University, where he was an Executive Editor of the Law Review. He is a Member of the Bar of the United States Supreme Court.

David McCallum

In Memoriam, David McCallum, 1933-2023

David McCallum was one of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation’s greatest champions. His brother-in-law, Marine Corporal George Whitney Carpenter, was killed in Vietnam in 1967. Determined to keep George’s legacy alive, David and his wife, Katherine, established a scholarship through MCSF in his name to directly benefit the children of Marines. We fondly recall David weaving MCSF into the script of NCIS episodes and thrilling the audience when he served as the Master of Ceremonies for the New York Leatherneck Ball. Thank you to all those who have contributed in David’s honor. We invite everyone to watch the NCIS episode dedicated to David which will air on CBS on Monday, February 19. To make a contribution in David’s memory, please visit