Even on a campus full of highly impressive scholars, Case Western Reserve University senior business management major Joy Mason is a standout.
She’s held internships at University Hospitals and was a Leadership in Healthcare Intern for Cleveland Clinic. She’s now a fellow at the Cleveland Council on World Affairs, a third-year resident assistant, a four-year Civic Engagement Scholar for the Center for Civic Engagement and Learning, president of CWRU Model UN team and president of the National Residence Hall Honorary. Oh, and she is a certified roller skating teacher in her spare time (and a four-time National Champ).
Her efforts were recently recognized campus-wide as the sole undergraduate recipient of the 2021 Mather Spotlight prize, which celebrates the scholarship and research of women at CWRU.
Find out what brought her to Case Western Reserve and why she says she “loves this community so much.”
When she graduates this fall, Joy intends to pursue a Master in Health Administration.
She, like you, will be well-prepared for a brilliant future after four years of business education and hands-on learning at CWRU’s Weatherhead School of Management.