The Goldman School transforms smart, dedicated, service-minded women and men into public policy leaders.
As such, GSPP has a unique mandate to ensure that GSPP's teaching, research and programs are of the highest caliber and that the public benefits from the leadership and knowledge created here. Dean Henry E. Brady, the Board of Advisors and members of the administration work together with the faculty to make sure that what is taught inside the School remains relevant to the world outside it. Undergirding this work is the deeply held belief that investing in the best and the brightest policy students will create leaders who are committed to the common good and who have the skills to put that commitment into practice.
This commitment is exemplified in students like David Puzey (MPP/ERG '14) who championed legislation that brings new reforms to the Peace Corps. He is pictured here with President Obama at the signing of the Kate Puzey Peace Corps Volunteer Protection Act. Read more about David's story here.