A public servant, civic leader, and civil rights champion, Kelly Suzanne Saulsberry MPP'13 has worked in the Chicago Mayor's Office and now shapes policy for the city’s Commission on Human Relations.
Nelly Awad works to protect the lives of children in Lebanon, her home country.
For more than 30 years, the University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy has been awarding degrees, launching careers and even sparking lifelong romantic relationships.
Curiosity about financial crises encouraged Chiu to find a graduate school that would prepare him for a future in government finance.
Studying the intersection of policy and business is allowing Hanley, who hopes to enter public service, to understand how markets and policy issues intertwine.
After moving from South Korea to America with nothing but the luggage she could carry, Park finds community and purpose at Harris Public Policy.