President of Mexico Is Kennedy School Commencement Speaker

Felipe Calderón, M.P.A. ’00, will deliver the 2010 graduation address.

Felipe Calderón

Felipe Calderón, M.P.A. ’00, will deliver the 2010 graduation address to Kennedy School degree recipients on Wednesday, May 26, in the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum. President Calderón, who took office in December 2006, served in his twenties as president of the National Action Party’s (PAN) youth movement and later as his country's secretary of energy.

The event will not be open to the public, but live coverage will be available.

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