Roberts completes Harvard program

Solana Beach City Councilmember David Roberts completed the Senior Executives in State and Local Governments program this week at the John F. Kennedy School of Government through Harvard University. The program helps officials focus on frameworks for addressing policy issues, exploring the relationship between citizens and their government, and examines ethical and professional responsibilities of leadership.

The John F. Kennedy school of Government is a graduate-level professional school at Harvard University dedicated to training people for government and public service positions.

The school’s mission is to advance the public interest by training skilled, enlightened leaders to solve public problems using best practices and practical management techniques.

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