New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg will address George Washington University graduates at Commencement next spring on the National Mall. He will speak to an estimated 25,000 graduates and guests and receive an honorary Doctor of Public Service degree on May 15.
“Michael Bloomberg has an extraordinary record of achievement as a public servant, philanthropist and business leader,” GW President Steven Knapp said. “He is also an inspiring speaker, and we are honored that he has accepted our invitation to address the class of 2011.”
Bloomberg achieved world prominence as a civic, business and philanthropic leader. He was elected in 2002 and has served as mayor of New York for the last nine years. For more on Bloomberg, please visit GW Today.
Posted by gwsb on November 2, 2010 | Filed under: GWSB News.