All About Mia

Leading Facts

Born June 27, 1980, Mia Mason served in the  United States Navy 10 Years 4 Months, followed by time served Army 4 Years 8 months, and ending up serving the DC National Guard 5 Years. She retires in the year 2018.  


Mia Mason comes from a family line deeply entrenched in the American Heritage (see below)

Clip from Out Magazine #OUT100 2017

OUT: What does it mean for you to be trans in America right now? 


Mia Mason: I’m extremely independent and motived to lead the way for our civil rights.


Looking back, do you have any regrets about your time in the armed services?   


I’ve loved serving my country in the Navy and Army. I’ve had the honor of seeing the majority of the world and, through different cultures, I appreciate what we have here.


How do you hope that the work you do will inspire others in the trans community? 


I haven’t asked much of them, only forewarned them on social media, [but] as Trump began to take away rights, I asked them to raise their voice and listen to me. I want to help end this injustice and hope others will join me.


https://www.out.com/out100-2017/2017/11/09/out100-9-transgender-veterans-talk-service-trump-fighting-back

Why Do Your Civil Rights Matter

     For every law written in today's political system,  two must stricken from the books. Over four decades of legislative actions, judicial reviews, and executive actions or orders have been removed from law by by our current Commander in Chief in a ribbon cutting ceremony. 


     What's also is most likely included, without your knowledge, is the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and EEOC Title Protections for any work.


     What this mean for the average Marylander is that many of the protections that were put in place on a federal level are either in danger, or already gone. Our friends, our neighbors, our loved ones no longer have the safety once assured them.

The Future is Ahead of Us

It is Mia Mason's goal to make Maryland a business state for commence, retail, farms, and the people first. From infrastructure, to energy needs,to lowering crime in our fair cities with individual leadership from communities.  Together with you, we can lead the way to a better tomorrow. This is Mia Mason for Marylanders. 

450+ year Legacy of Mason-ship in America

John Mason lived during the bloodiest times of Royalists and Parliamentarians, and persevered throughout battles for the entire England Civil War.

1560–1625

BIRTH: 1560 • Cheltenham, England

DEATH: JUN 29 1625 • Cheltenham, England

11th great-grandfather


Thomas Mason sent his son overseas to escape two decades of Anglo-Dutch Wars.

1605–1673

BIRTH: 1605 • Pershore, Worcestershire, England

DEATH: 02 MAR 1673 • Pershore, Worcestershire, England

10th great-grandfather


William Mason, a Refugee Immigrant, arrived in America from England in 1652; therefore, America is a Mason Name to remember always first.

1632–1702

BIRTH: 1632 • Hereford, Worcestershire, , England

DEATH: 1702 • Weeksville, Pasquotank, North Carolina, United States

9th great-grandfather


John Mason,

1662–1741

BIRTH 1662 • Norfolk, Independent Cities, Virginia, United States

DEATH 1741 • Rose Bay, Pamlico River,North Carolina

8th great-grandfather


Colonel Roger Mason lived in North Carolina in 1686, when tobacco was grown in fields in the state and plantation owners reaped the results. He later lived through French and Indian War, as well as the American Revolutionary War. He abstained from politics, unlike his brothers.

1686–1756

BIRTH 1686 • Weeksville, Pasquotank, North Carolina, United States

DEATH 1756 • Swan Quarter, Hyde, North Carolina, United States

7th great-grandfather


Roger Mason Jr. lived in Swan Quarter, North Carolina in 1752 as American colonists created the foundation of a burgeoning new country.

1712–1752

BIRTH 1712 • Swan Quarter, Hyde, North Carolina, United States

DEATH 14 APR 1752 • Swan Quarter, Hyde, North Carolina, United States

6th great-grandfather


Joshua Mason was twenty-six when his received a Thomas Paine’s pamphlet of Common Sense, the first publication to advocate independence from Britain in 1776 when America signed for independence.

1745–1811

BIRTH 1745 • Hyde, NC, USA

DEATH NOV 1811 • Stacy, Carteret, North Carolina, United States

5th great-grandfather


Caleb Mason was a Business Owner who lived during the economic depression that became known as the Panic of 1837.

1802–1860

BIRTH 1802 • Stacy, Carteret County, North Carolina, USA

DEATH 1860 • Hunting Quarters, Carteret, North Carolina, United States

4th great-grandfather


John Washington Mason was thirty years old during the Civil War and General Burnside’s Expedition.

1831–1916

BIRTH 15 MAY 1831 • Stacy, Carteret, North Carolina, United States

DEATH 27 FEB 1916 • Stacy, Carteret, North Carolina, United States

3rd great-grandfather


John Oscar Mason Lived during Civil War and General Burnside’s Expedition. He was nine years old at the time of the Confederacy's  objection to Presidents Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation.

1853–1930

BIRTH 17 APR 1853 • South River, Carteret, North Carolina, USA

DEATH 27 JAN 1930 • South River, Carteret, North Carolina, United States

2nd great-grandfather


Everette Arthur Mason was Witness to the flight of Kitty Hawk, and was drafted at age of twenty-five.

1892–1959

BIRTH 21 MARCH 1892 • South River, Carteret Co. NC

DEATH 17 JUN 1959 • New Bern, Craven, North Carolina, United States

great-grandfather


SSG Otis Earl Mason, B-17 Tail Gunner, POW Austria.

1923–1974

BIRTH 6 JULY 1923 • Bettie, Carteret, North Carolina, United States

DEATH 17 JUN 1974 • Portsmouth, VA

paternal grandfather