First Day of Atty Leni Robredo Teaching at Harvard Earns Mixed Reactions
Some photos of former Vice President of the Philippines Atty Leni Robredo teaching at Harvard on her first day goes viral.
On social media, pictures of Atty Robredo, the chairman of Angat Buhay and a former vice president, went viral. Netizens’ reactions to Robredo’s first day of instruction at the Harvard Kennedy School were varied.
Recall that Harvard appointed Robredo as its Hauser Leader, and part of his duties there included instructing the school’s esteemed pupils. Robredo may be seen imparting his “words” to Harvard students in pictures that are going viral on social media.
“You don’t lose sight of what you believe in, you don’t lose sight of the goal. You drown out the voices because there are bigger battles to fight,” according to the photo that Robredo shared with the students.
Robredo describes his non-profit organization, Angat Buhay, in the second image. Several online users voiced their opinions. Some online users questioned her instruction, saying it appeared as though he was merely a guest speaker trying to promote himself.
Others make fun of her, saying that she is the only one to use her own words, “too much from the bank.” Many others, though, are unbearably proud of what Robredo has accomplished.
From 2016 to 2022, Maria Leonor “Leni” Gerona Robredo was the Philippines’ 14th vice president. She was married to Jesse Robredo, who died in 2012 and served as the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) secretary from 2010 to his passing.
She stood for politics in 2013 and won, becoming Camarines Sur’s representative for the third district. She stood as an independent candidate in the prior election alongside former senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan, but she came in second to President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.
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