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Prime Minister Oyun-Erdene Luvsannamsrai MC/MPA 2015 is looking ahead to Mongolia’s long-term development.


Kim Dowdell MC/MPA 2015 is working to revitalize Detroit in a sustainable and equitable way.


Sole Rueda MC/MPA 2019 returned to the International Committee of the Red Cross in a challenging post.


Nisreen Haj Ahmad MC/MPA 2008 applies Marshall Ganz’s organizing methodology in the Middle East.


Melissa Hortman MC/MPA 2018 leads as speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives.


Uche Pedro MC/MPA 2020 is leveraging her popular media brand to increase voter participation and advocate for social justice issues.


Taurai Chinyamakobvu MC/MPA 2019 is building a secure virtual learning space.


Andrew Deye MC/MPA 2015 is working to bring jobs back to Ohio.


After winning the Nobel Peace Prize, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos MC/MPA 1981 reflects on the lessons he learned at HKS.

Director of immigrant affairs for the city of DetroitFormer Secretary-General of the United NationsPresident and CEO of Boston Harbor NowNobel Peace Prize winnerPrime Minister of Singapore.

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, nonprofit, and private.

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 a profound impact as you address our world’s most complex challenges.