Governor-Elect Wes Moore to Deliver Morgan State Fall Commencement Address
(Baltimore, MD) -- Wes Moore, Governor-elect of Maryland, will serve as the keynote speaker for the 9th Fall Commencement Exercises at Morgan State University.
Maryland's first Black governor, is expected to deliver a message of inspiration and perseverance about 500 students, faculty, staff, parents, and guests on Friday, December 16.
“We are honored to have Governor-elect Wes Moore as our fall Commencement keynote speaker. His character and commitment to living an impactful life reminds us of the values that we want our graduates to embody. His life story is a testament to our students that success can be achieved through the journey of personal development and personal choices, which include successes and failures,” said President Wilson. “Through his notable achievements, Mr. Moore has demonstrated that perseverance, fortitude, and being teachable are foremost on the pathway to achieving success. His experiences will encourage our students and their families to always aspire to excellence, discipline, integrity and a passion for public service.”
Coming off a historic election victory to become Maryland's first African American governor, @iamWesMoore will return to Morgan State this Friday to deliver a message of inspiration and perseverance to our grads!— Morgan State University (@MorganStateU) December 15, 2022
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Commencement exercises are scheduled to take place at Talmadge Hill Field House.