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John Loprieno's Moorpark College 2020 Graduation Speech – LEVICK
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John Loprieno’s Moorpark College 2020 graduation speech


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Each week, we highlight one notable speech from a group of professional speakers we participate in, including famous entertainers, authors and thought leaders. This week’s speech is John Loprieno’s Moorpark College 2020 graduation speech, selected by keynote speaker and author, John Livesay.

John Loprieno and I went to high school together. He had a successful career as an actor on a soap opera now teaches at the college. I think you’ll enjoy his clever graduation talk — heartfelt and hilarious not always easy to combine.

Watch the speech

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQOwaftCKWg

 

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