José Paliza will lead a conference on Youth Leadership and Public Service at Harvard
José Ignacio Paliza, the Minister of Administration of the Presidency, has been invited to be the keynote speaker at the “Youth Leadership and Public Service” conference, organized by the International Relations Student Committee at Harvard University. The event, which will take place on Thursday, April 20th, at the Fong Auditorium in Cambridge, is designed for students who are interested in pursuing a career in public service or international relations. The conference is a collaborative effort between Harvard International Relations on Campus (IRoC) and the Harvard Weatherhead Center for International Affairs. It aims to bring together young leaders and students from around the world to discuss the importance of youth leadership in public service and its impact on society.
Paliza, who was invited by Michael Pecorara, president of Harvard International Relations on Campus, will share his inspiring and motivating journey to becoming the youngest member of both the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate of the Republic. He will also discuss his current role as Administrative Minister of the Presidency. Enrique García, the Dominican consul in Boston, and other public servants from Boston, Lawrence, and Providence are expected to attend the event.
The Harvard Student Committee has worked tirelessly to organize this event, which seeks to encourage reflection and dialogue on the challenges and opportunities that young leaders face to improve the quality of life in their communities.