Monika Mason earned her Flexible MBA at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s Washington campus. In addition to working full-time as a project controls analyst for the Harris Corporation, a government contractor, Mason is also the founder of Pauperism Project, a nonprofit organization that serves the homeless in the greater Washington area.
Each month, Mason and her army of volunteers hand out clothing, toiletries, breakfasts, and other essentials to the homeless population in various locations in the area. Mason enrolled in the Flexible MBA program in 2014, in part to take her nonprofit organization to the next level. She graduated in 2016.