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Not surprisingly, MC/MPA graduates present the most diverse employment trajectories imaginable. About half return to their previous places of employment — either better equipped to resume their continuing duties, or prepared to take on new responsibilities. An investment banker, for example, launches a new public sector group; an officer in the military moves up in rank and assumes new management tasks.
Wherever they choose to work, MC/MPA graduates continue to lead change — although that leadership often is exhibited on a larger stage, in more innovative ways, with a more profound impact.
MC/MPA alumni include the current Secretary-General of the United Nations, the President of Mexico, the President of Liberia, and other leaders in government and nongovernmental organizations around the world.
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"And here's the secret: everyone changes the world. Everything ripples. It's how we do it that counts."
State Senator Linda Dorcena Forry MC/MPA 2013 discusses her trajectory to the Massachusetts House.