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Jason McLeod Monson
I am currently Project Coordinator for Kamehameha Schools Hawaiian Culture-Based Education programs. I have been a university instructor, teaching ethics & values, religion, philosophy, and business ethics courses. I recently earned a Ph.D. from the University of Glasgow, where my studies focused on conceptions of poverty and poverty relief in Buddhist social and economic ethics. Additionally, I have an M.P.A. degree with an emphasis in nonprofit/international development management, and completed internships with leading microcredit organizations, Grameen Bank and Katalysis Partnership, and have additional experience working in refugee resettlement in the US. I was also recently an office manager with an adult literacy nonprofit organization. I became interested in Buddhist economics as a theoretical critique to mainstream economics and as a complement to the capabilities approach to poverty while volunteering as a director of a small nonprofit with a goal of formulating microcredit and literacy programs in a culturally sensitive format for refugees in Southeast Asia.