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Katie Selenski MPP 2007 is helping struggling Californians save for retirement.


Deeneaus "D" Polk MPP 2020 found his way from Mississippi to HKS with plans to return to the South.


Stephanie Nguyen MPP 2019 was enticed by the chance to reshape public policy.


A veteran diplomat, with senior postings across the Middle East, Ambassador Matthew Tueller MPP 1984 has been leading America’s diplomatic efforts in Iraq since 2019.


Tom McLaughlin MPP 2019 focuses on medical care and policy to improve health outcomes for children and families.


Tania Del Rio MPP 2016 is working on issues of inequality and to effect change for women in all levels of the workforce.


Hainer Sibrian MPP 2020 is about to launch a career as a U.S. diplomat.


Lauren Sager Weinstein MPP 2002 is using her quant skills to improve public transport in London.


For Sam Sanders MPP 2009, the path to becoming an NPR correspondent was not a straight one.


Reshma Saujani MPP 1999 launched Girls Who Code to close the persistent gender gap in computer science classrooms.


Micaela Connery MPP 2016 is building a residential community for adults with disabilities.


Matthew Aronson MPP 2010 has been working on a plan to end youth homelessness in Boston.

Our Master in Public Policy graduates are a versatile and competent group.

They're purposeful and productive leaders of their communities and make important contributions at every level of government in countries around the world. They lead change in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors—and many distinguish themselves in more than one of these sectors during the course of their careers.

More than 5,000 students have completed the MPP Program and continue to change the world. You can be among them.

HKS students walking in Washington, DCOffice of Career Advancement and You

Learn how our Office of Career Advancement can be a partner to you while you are an MPP student and, later, as an HKS graduate, to support you along your unique career journey.