- Karen Davila attended Global Leadership and Public Policy for the 21st Century at Harvard
- Toni Gonzaga and Dr. Vicki Belo took up Professional Development for Marketing Strategy
- Manila Mayor Isko Moreno participated in a program called Leadership in C
People look highly at someone who has Harvard University credentials. Why not? The school has produced well-accomplished and excellent graduates who champed in their respective fields globally.
Well, several famous Filipino personalities have in some parts of their li
ves experienced studying at Harvard and received a diploma or short course certificate from the prestigious school.
Karen Davila, for one, possesses a certificate for attending a short course at the Harvard Kennedy School related to Global Leadership and Public Policy for the 21st Century. John F. Kennedy School of Government is the public policy and public administration school of Harvard.
Meanwhile, Toni Gonzaga and Dr. Vicki Belo even became classmates at the school while taking up Professional Development for Marketing Strategy.
Manila Mayor Isko Moreno participated at a short executive program called Leadership in Cri
sis at the John F. Kennedy School of Government in 2012; PEP disclosed. Another one is Bong Revilla and Lani Mercado’s son, Jolo Revilla, who joined a five-day executive program for emerging leaders in 2018.
Charlene Gonzalez-Muhlach in 2009 moved to the United States after receiving her acceptance letter from Harvard’s Business Management Entrepreneurship course.
Vilma Santos’ husband, Sen. Ralph Recto, holds a Harvard certificate after attending a leadership scholarship course at the Kennedy School; same with Sharon Cuneta’s husband, Sen. Kiko Pangilinan, who finished his Master of Public Administration at the same school.
Philippine TV network officials Annette Gozon took up her Master of Law at the Harvard Law School and Eugenio Lopez III obtained his MBA from the Harvard Business School.
Charo Santos and Carlo Katigbak also completed a short program in advanced management for six weeks at Harvard.
Isn’t it inspiring that the people we admire in the Philippine entertainment industry took their studies from one of the world’s most prestigious schools?