Mano a Mano Co-Founder’s Speech at the 2012 Opus Prize

On November 8, 2012, St. Kate’s University hosted an awards ceremony for the Opus Prize, an annual $1 million award recognizing an unsung hero anywhere in the world whose leadership empowers people to transform their lives and communities.

Mano a Mano co-founder Segundo Velasquez was a finalist for the award and received a $100,000 prize for Mano a Mano.

This video is Segundo’s speech that he made at the Opus Prize ceremony, along with comments from St. Kate’s students and faculty that traveled to Bolivia with Mano a Mano in the summer of 2012.

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2 Responses to “Mano a Mano Co-Founder’s Speech at the 2012 Opus Prize”

  1. Bobbie Wagner says:

    Very nice, Segundo. You did a good job of telling the story in a clear, precise, and abbreviated way.

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