Goldman Stories
Students, alumni, and faculty of the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley tell their stories.
Social Justice and the Fight Against Climate Change -- Goldman Stories: Dan Kammen
In the fight against climate change, those with the least resources have been left behind. In the case of solar power, the vast majority of investment in the United States has gone to majority-white communities. This means not only are people of color losing out on the benefit of solar power, but society as a whole is losing out on potential advocates for clean energy.

Dan Kammen, a professor at UC Berkeley's Goldman School of Public Policy is researching how we can...
The Goldman MPA
The Berkeley Master of Public Affairs (MPA) program is a 30 unit, one-year flexible on campus and online program, designed to benefit mid-career professionals in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. MPA students are seeking advancement in their careers and are poised to take on greater leadership and policy focused roles in their workplace and professional communities.
Changing the System - Goldman Stories: Clarence Ford
After his release from prison, Clarence Ford became a community organizer and later earned his Master of Public Policy degree from the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. He now works on criminal justice reform at the W. Haywood Burns Institute, focusing on racial and ethnic disparities in the system.

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From Google to Goldman - Goldman Stories: Hector Mujica
Google is more than a search engine. The tech company is home to a massive philanthropic operation under its arm. Hector Mujica manages programs in Canada, Latin America and parts of the United States. Mujica was already working at Google when he decided to pursue a Master of Public Affairs degree at the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. He explains how his quest to form partnerships with the public sector led him to Goldman.
Fighting for Criminal Justice Reform - Goldman Stories: Felicity Rose
Half of American adults have had an immediate family member incarcerated. That includes Felicity Rose, whose father was in and out of federal prison during her childhood. Today, Felicity is working to keep families together at She explains how earning a Master of Public Policy degree from the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley gave her the tools to understand the data surrounding criminal justice and fight for real solutions.

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The Goldman Story
Students take many different paths to the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. Some come from the other side of the globe. Some are activists. Some are idealists. But, they all have one thing in common - they want to make the world a better place.

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