That's just the beginning of an impressive list of accomplishments that graduates of the Mid-Career Master in Public Administration (MC/MPA) Program and the Mason Program can point to.
As an MC/MPA graduate, you’ll join an impressive, global group of innovators and leaders in all sectors—public, private and nonprofit.
You and your classmates will go on to become key players in nongovernmental organizations, military leaders, editors, district attorneys, central bank governors, chief executives and senior-level government officials. You may also serve as heads of state, cabinet ministers, mayors, senators, members of Parliament and Congress as well as state and local officials.
Regardless of your chosen career path, as an MC/MPA graduate you will lead innovation and change to make profound impact as you address our world’s most complex challenges.
Kathy Abbott MC/MPA 1988 leads an organization that protects the very same waters where she held one of her first jobs on the Boston Harbor Islands.
Kathy Abbott MC/MPA 1988
Jonathan Chang MC/MPA 2014 focuses on being "authentic and persistent" to earn his team's trust as they tackle social inequality in Southeast Asia.
Jonathan Chang MC/MPA 2014
An unabashed champion of her hometown of Detroit, Fayrouz Saad MC/MPA 2015 is making a difference thanks in no small part to a class she took at the Kennedy School.
Fayrouz Saad MC/MPA 2015
After winning the Nobel Peace Prize, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos MC/MPA 1981 reflects on the lessons he learned at the Kennedy School.