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Jolo Revilla finishes leadership course at Harvard Kennedy School

By: - Reporter
/ 02:12 PM November 12, 2018

Cavite Vice Governor and actor Jolo Revilla has completed his leadership course at the Harvard Kennedy School.

Revilla announced this milestone in an Instagram post on Monday and said: “Finally received my certificate of completion for my stint in Harvard.”

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“I can feel the euphoria of accomplishing something I’ve worked hard for,” he added.

In a previous Instagram post, he shared that he will “partake in the Executive Education for Emerging Leaders of Harvard Kennedy School.”

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According to Harvard’s website, most executive programs last for one week or less and grant executive certificates in public leadership, economic development, and nonprofit leadership.

“Spent a lovely evening with the creme-dela-creme of academicians, and felt very enlightened to engage in discussions about world poverty and hunger, economics, politics and other important issues that impact mankind,” he wrote in another Instagram post.

Revilla holds the record as the youngest vice governor in the country to be elected in office. He was only 25 when he first took oath as Cavite vice governor in 2013. /ee

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